Mosaic Monday,


oday is Mosaic Monday, and Mary from Little Red House, is hosting this lovely day.

Tiger Lillies

Pathway to Liliy FieldAs I drove along the country roads today, I was swept away with floods of memories.


Pathway to Liliy FieldOur roads are speckled with Tiger Lilies everywhere, and the sight of them brought me back in time.


DSC02551When I was a young woman, I remember arriving at my mother's driveway in The Hamptons.


DSC02541Welcomed by the hundreds of Tiger Lilies that lined the path and greeted me before I reached my mother's door.


DSC02568Nearby we have a beautiful daylily farm that I love to visit this time of year.

My creation

Lily Fly

Pathway to Liliy FieldLilies are such a strong and beautiful flower.


Pathway to Liliy FieldForever the Tiger Lilies


tiger lilywill remind me of beautiful summers spent with my mother and my sisters in the Hamptons.


TIGER LILIESWishing you a beautiful Mosaic Monday.

Tiger Lily

DSC01959The song for this post is Summer Song.

Tiger Lily pattern

happy mosiac monday
koralee said...

Thank you so much for visiting me..your blog is so so lovely! All of these images have my heart singing how I would love to live in that lovely red so charming.

Sending you some hugs for a wonderful new week. xo

Suzy said...

Beautiful post and beautiful lilies!! The daylilies are beginning to really bloom here too now.

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Sarah said...

What beautiful tiger lilies. I love seeing all your photos and the mosaics. My day lilies have just about stopped blooming so it is really nice to see these. ~ Sarah

Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

Really beautiful mosaic...hope u get a chance to visit My Dream Canvas too!!

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

Tiger lilies remind me of my mom too! I remember growing up, out in the country on a lake. We used to travel back roads that were gravel, not paved. Tiger lilies would be growing along the road side. Every year my mom would take us out to dig some up and bring home to plant in her rock garden. These lilies were on state land, not someones property and grew wild.

Your photos are beautiful.


Cinner said...

Just beautiful, In Saskatchewan, Canada the provincial flower is the tiger Lily. It is illegal to pick them. I have lots of lilies that grow in my yard, your pictures give me hope that maybe one day my yard could progress to this. take care.

Carol said...

What a gorgeous post & mosaics! Happy Monday!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Those are gorgeous, Karen! It's funny how flowers can transport us back in time. I always think of red spider lilies when I think of going to my grandmother's because she had those lining her walk. And a huge stand of red cana lilies were just to the right of the front windows in a little nook carved out from where an addition on the house was stepped back from the house's original footprint. She also had yellow climbing roses and some pink ones on a trellis near an old cistern that was in front of her DR window.

I loved the scenes you showed us, and I think lilies are an amazing flower. So stately! I bet it was a magical childhood for you, spending time in the Hamptons with your sweet mother!


Sheila :-)

Vee said...

Exquisite! Each mosaic more wonderful than the last. There's something about tiger lilies and memory all intertwined that way.

Judy said...

Love the Chad & Jeremy song. Havent' heard that in a while. Thanks.
Talk to you soon. I've been beading up a storm.

myletterstoemily said...

what lovely lily mosaics and sweet
memories to share with us.

thank you for voting for sunday lane.

Ruth Welter said...

This is a beautiful post Karen, I love lilies...Tiger Lilies are some of my favorites to see when I'm out driving. Your photos are gorgeous and this post was a treat.


~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What amazing photos! You inspired me to take part today, too! Thanks! ♥

Janice said...

Lovely lilies

MARIA said...

My soul is raising Up when I am here, my beautiful friend Karen!
Thank you so much!

My best wishes to you!

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Wow, you wove that post like a tapestry of love!!! Beautiful!!!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Enjoyed the photos and the memories.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Karen your posts are always a beautiful work of art! I also have orange day lilies growing by my house.Happy MM!


Mary Lou said...

I almost passed out from looking at the beauty and design of your blog. Talk about creative talent.
Thank you so much for commenting to me so I could find you. I'll surely be back.

Dishesdone said...

Those are gorgeous! My lilies already came and went! So pretty! I really enjoyed your beautiful mosaics!

Naturegirl said...

Karen flowers certainly find their way into our hearts and our minds!
What beautiful memories of days gone by this tiger lily stirs up..your world of childhood memories!

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Love the tiger lillies. We have them growing in the gardens at our house as well. Your mosaics are wonderful!

Elyse said...

hi karen!

day lilies just like these line one of the sides of our driveway. they are hardy! they even survive my "care" (lol)

lovely mosaic monday!


Paula said...

I've had a love for tiger lilies since I was a child. Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos. Hope you're doing well!

Shelia said...

Hi Karen! Oh, my goodness! Your post is just so beautiful! Your mosaics are so very gorgeous!
Thank you so much for popping in to see me. I should think of making 'pretty' mosaics. I just poke stuff in there! :)
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Jesson And Rey Ann said...

love this post! very scenic place

GrandmaK said...

Oh my!!! What gorgeous lilies!!! Wishing you well and thanking you for stopping by! Cathy

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

Thank-you for this post. It brought back memories for me also. My Grandmother had lots of in our yard. I thought them so very pretty....hugs...m...

Beverly said...

Our memories are so sweet, aren't they? Your daylily memory of times shared with your mother and sisters makes me smile.

I have memories of both of my grandmothers working in their gardens.

Thank you for sharing, Karen. So very lovely.

faerwillow said...

~delighted to have stumbled upon your blog...breathtaking and such beautiful ways of expressing yourself...warm wishes and brightest blessings~

Mary Ann said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. Your photos are so beautiful. The colors in all those lilies is absolutely glorious. Have a great week and Happy Memories!

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Your mosaics are so pretty. Thanks for sharing the lilies with us.

Meri said...

I have a ton of different varieties of day lilies in my garden and have shared clumps with several friends every time the plants get too large and need to be divided. I've got orange and red and yellow and pink and magenta and maroon ones. They're so peppy!

Anja said...

Dear Karen,

never saw so many tiger lilies on one place, fantastique.
Thank you for passing by my blog.


Rhondi said...

Hi Karen
The lilies are so pretty. We are in Cape Cod right now on vacation and there are lilies everywhere!
Hugs, Rhondi