Since it's that time of the year where I spend so much time in the gardens, I thought I would share with you each Friday what's blooming. Or what I'm working on, or even where I've put some fabulous garden ornament I might have found. Join me as I play in the dirt!
First up is Hellebore, or Lenten Rose. I love this plant, because it blooms for months.
Siberian Squill. This stuff is really starting to naturalize, and has spread throughout the rock garden this year.
I got a new camera for my birthday, so I'm slowly learning how to use it. Shouldn't have taken this shot of the hyacinths in the sun. I see that there's another patch of poison ivy to deal with. I don't know where it came from, but I really need to proceed with caution now in this area!
I planted some pansies in one of my favorite planters.
I swear, robins are the worst nest builders. Every time they build in the pine tree by the back door, it's a disaster. I guess it's another addition to my ever-growing nest collection.
I hope to find something to plant in those little boots. And I think the Virgina Bluebells might be in bloom. And the Bleeding Hearts won't be far behind. It's the most wonderful time of the year for me, but it takes alot of work.............I'm so sore!