Bloom Time

Happy Monday to you my gentle readers.  I hope this finds you well.  I’ve been dazzled by all the beauty coming out in the garden and thought I would share it with you.

Yellow Alyssum

Apple

Azalea

Blueberry

Ceanothus

Yellow Flowering Currant

Daphne

Dogwood

Epimedium

Japanese Painted Fern

Belle de Nancy Lilac

Delavay Osmanthus

Pasque Flower

Primrose

Rhododendron

Rosemary

Star Flower

Strawberry

Tulip

Twin Berry

Happy Birthday Jen and Martha!

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4 comments

  1. Colleen’s avatar

    Thank you, all!

  2. Amber’s avatar

    To Colleen’s Mom,

    I can assure you that hers is indeed the loveliest yard on the block. :)

  3. Mom’s avatar

    Yours must be the loveliest yard on the block… what gorgeous blossoms! We need to dry out a little here before I can get into the garden as it was a such a wet snow. But, there are some tulips, primrose hyacinth and the iris, hosta a nd lily of the valley are stirring. Spring is sprung!

  4. Martha’s avatar

    All these blossoms at once? And what looks like a Colorado blue sky? What a visual treat! It’s good to have birthdays — and even better to be remembered on them.
    I was thinking of your and Greg’s trip to NYC when we met someone for dinner in the West Village Sunday night after the workshop was over. Did you get into that area, west of Washington Square Park? It’s all so amazing.
    You’ve inspired me to go work in the back yard now. The beds here are wet from yesterday’s snow. Thanks for the birthday wishes.
    Love, Martha

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