In my Summer Garden

Hi! Welcome my friend, I thought for our time together today we would sit in my Summer Garden, so we can enjoy its warmth & delight.

However, before we sit & enjoy our cuppa’s I’ll take you on a little tour around my garden to show you what’s flowering at the moment.

Our Bromeliad’s have been so beautiful & profuse this year. We have a whole garden bed of them under our Peach tree & Christmas bush in our back yard.

Our Orchids have been giving us such a show this season here are my favorites.

Then there’s the bright Bougainvillea & a single Gladioli that poked its beautiful flower stalk up in the bed of Matchstick Bromeliads (which aren’t flowering at the moment) at our back fence.

God’s handiwork in His creation never ceases to amaze…Don’t you think!

I thought I would serve our cuppa & treats a little differently today by getting you to choose where in my Summer garden you would like to sit!

All the reflections give a little inspiration for love whether you’re married or single!

So make your choice/s from the blooms in my garden below & tap the colored text under the photo where I’m waiting for you with our cuppa & treats…

Copyright; Jennifer Ross @ teawithjennifer.blog

Garden room 1

white yellow plumeria flower in bloom during day time

Garden room 2

yellow hibiscus

Garden room 3

I hope you enjoyed our tea time in my Summer garden today dear friend…

Until next time,

Jennifer

You’re most welcome to join me in The Reading Nook

 


© 2021 Jennifer M. Ross, teawithjennifer.blog All Rights Reserved.  Top photos all by Jennifer. Frangipani & Hibiscus on Pexels.com 

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  1. As I sit here with 1/2 inch of ice and sleet outside, I can’t tell you how much your beautiful garden brightened my day Jennifer. Your flowers are absolutely gorgeous! I loved the post garden spot #2 led me to also. You’re so right; the only way we can have the kind of love 1 Corinthians 13 describes is if we put God first in our lives. Wishing you many blessings and a happy Valentine’s Day!

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    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed our time in my garden Terri! I did think my Northern hemisphere friends may enjoy some time in a Summer garden at the moment!
      It has been such a profuse year of delightful growth & blooms! And I’m glad you enjoyed one of my garden rooms, a little fun for Valentine’s Day!
      Happy Valentine’s Day to you too my sweet friend! 😀

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  2. What a breath of fresh air to see God’s handiwork in these beautiful flowers, Jennifer! Especially when here it is below zero! I especially love this reflection in Garden Room 2 – “However when the main ingredient, God’s love, is placed in the mix it flavors & permeates all these areas with His love & grace!” Amen! Love and blessings to you!

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  3. Given that is cold and there is snow on the ground here (with more to come), this was a delightful post to read! I scrolled through your “garden” several times to enjoy the beauty! I am not sure I could pick just one spot so I think I would take my tea with me and enjoy strolling while talking with you 🙂 So glad you linked up!

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  4. Thank you for giving us a tour of your garden, Jennifer! Those orchids are show-stoppers! Just gorgeous!!! Everything here is so gray and drab. It’s nice to see the colors of your beautiful garden. What a wonderful Valentine.

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