I used to have some of those shamrocks in my garden. I had some of the purple ones too! They're so pretty! Happy St. Paddy's Day AS!
I would love to have a greenhouse with beautiful flowers like that. Looking at them gives me a peaceful mind. Best wishes :)
Nice photos, filled with wonderful colors and textures...lovely.
Yippie for spring!!! I cannot wait!It is going to be 70 degrees here today, woot!(and I have envy for your garden)
Now the garden is an excellent source of both green and red - terrific idea to feature it for Ruby St Paddy's Tuesday! :)Happy Monday,Tink *~*~*Now Playing at My Mobile Adventures *~*~* :Mickey’s Jammin’ Jungle Parade - Blue and Yellow Edition
Woops, wrong link!Happy TUESDAY,Tink *~*~*Now Playing at My Mobile Adventures *~*~* :Mickey’s Jammin’ Jungle Parade - Red Edition!
Those are some big shamrocks. I love the pot o green.
I love spring !!! and I spring too !
I love all the Irish greenery today - come see all mine I love the Shamrocks I used t have a houseplant of them it is way to hot here to grow outdoors thanks for sharing
Happy St.Patrick's Day to you!
Oooooh, Spring!! You must love it as much as I do!
I love shamrocks growing in a pot, Amber! Great post for today! Happy Ruby and Emerald Tuesday! :)
Well that's the cool thing about a greenhouse, isn't it? Spring is never far away!
Your plants are pretty. You must have a "green" thumb.
You certainly do have a lot of color growing in your greenhouse! I guess you'll be planting some of that wonderful color soon...I love your shamrock too. It's so delicate and graceful. I have one growing in a small pot on my kitchen counter. I've kept it alive for over 15 years! It is kind of scraggly looking now though. Hope you're having a great day and thanks for visiting my RT post.
The natural combination of red and green :)
Glorious green! You did Ruby proud!I wish I had a Shamrock plant!
That's a beautiful greenhouse. I love that green watering can!I also wanted to respond to your comment and say that St. Patrick's day is moved from time to time when it coincides with certain events during Holy Week. Most recently, it was moved last year to March 15. As we both live in the USA, it's not something we really have to worry about since our celebration of the holiday is not exactly for religious reasons, but in Ireland, it's considered to be a Holy Day of Obligation as well as a national holiday. So yeah, you know, that's my useless knowledge for today.
a greenhouse! what a cool thing to havelovely photos