Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Snow in summer

No, it isn't snowing here, thank goodness! that's the name of this beautiful plant with tiny flowers

Is a ground cover, spreads fast!

I like to bring little bouquets inside the house

It blooms at the beginning of June and lasts throughout the month

it smells de-li-cious

Do you have a special flower in your garden?

French word of today:
Brouette (broo-et)= Wheelbarrow



  1. So elegant! What a lovely post. Thanks for sharing. Great space you got here.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

  2. Ido, we just love this flower. We have been looking for a ground cover that blooms. Do you know the name?

  3. Now THAT is the only kind of snow I like ! We don't have a garden ... someday we will. For now I have some potted wave petunias.

  4. Dear Ido, Thank you for visiting and for your kind words. Your post is lovely...what a beautiful flower! I don't think I've ever seen it before (I'm a florist) do you know the name?
    It's fragarant too...oh my!! Thank you for the french lesson...I will be back for more!
    Wishing you a lovely week and a Happy White Wednesday!

  5. What a beautiful ground cover! I wonder if it would grow here in Georgia? Lovely photos and blog!

  6. What beautiful flowers. Love your little cart, also.

  7. they're lovely! my favorites are lilacs and roses....

  8. hi Ido, Your ground cover and flowers are breathtaking. If the fragrance is as lovely as they are beautiful I'm sure its heavenly. Its so hot here all the flowers are not blooming, its more like the desert. Hope you have a great trip. I want to hear all about it.
    Happy Fourth of July

    The French Hutch

  9. Hi Ido, I recently planted this gorgeous ground cover under my apple trees.....can't wait for our
    summer until it really takes off. Yours looks beautiful.

    Have a lovely day! Kerry

  10. Sweet flowers !!!

  11. Soooo cute! My special flower would be my lavender bushes. Thanks for the french word of the day!

  12. So gorgeous. Just love the delicate white flowers. My first time here. I've seen your comments on several blogs I follow and popped over for a visit. Glad I did. Love that you love everything rusty, French and Vintage. So do I. Love your blog. Mona

  13. Oh my goodness...I have never seen these before. What a beautiful ground cover...And they are white, perfect for your white collection! Love it! Just this morning I cut some of my lanvender flowers to dry...the whole house smells soooo good. Sweet wheelbarrow.

    Hugs and Kisses,

  14. This is breath taking and I can honestly say I did not know the name for wheelbarrow. Brouette. Bien.