|Lovely daffodils so sunny and bright!! These popped up|
as soon as the snow melted.
|Lynwood Gold Forsythia came into bloom and|
so far gets better with each passing day -
the blooms will soon be replaced with
a restful green that I love in the hot summer time.
|Flowering Quince. This has been a slow grower but is|
stunning this year!
|I planted a Variegated Privet at the same time as|
the Flowering Quince - it really took off!
|I love stone! I cleaned out this flower bed|
that has Drift roses, Loropetalum fringe flower shrubs and
a few daylilies. I just added the stone to define
|Went Snapdragon shopping. I didn't|
get any seeds sown this year.
|Purchased some tomato plants as well - Heirloom|
varieties - Cherokee Purple and Rutgers. I'm
planting them in pots this year to see if I get a better
For last couple of years the tomatoes
didn't produce much. I've never
tried the Cherokee Purple.
|New azalea that I bought for the front yard.|
|Elaeagnus shrubs are still|
progressing for my living fence. I
am still replacing a few at time
that didn't survive the heatwave we had in 2012.
|The snapdragons are adding some|
color to the garden. I think we are having
a late spring. Usually this time of
year the heirloom variety of iris are blooming.
I don't have buds on ANY of the iris yet.
|Added some Blue Delphinium here|
|Thought maybe this new succulent might grow around the stone|
|Red Knockouts coming along - also a Redbud Tree blooming|
across the road
|A bit of whimsy on the well house|
|Put a few Snapdragons in this bed|
|New bird house I put on top of the clothes line.|
I love bird houses