Spring is definitely here! There’s lots going on in my garden beds & it makes me so very happy.
Top Left: Camellia. Top Right: The hellebore are past their peak, but are still adding nice color to our one area with shade. Bottom: Johnny Jump Ups. It appears the slugs have been enjoying them.
Top Left: The flowering cherry tree is looking wonderfully pretty in pink. Top Right: Pansies in the wishing well. Bottom Left: English Daisies are blooming here & there. Bottom Right: The Red Crossbill’s that started hanging around last month are still here. And, I’m so very glad. I’ve enjoyed watching them. They never visit our bird feeders, but they do come in close to drink from the pond. This guy is waiting his turn for a drink in a newly flowering plum tree.
The crocus are still making our front yard look pretty.
Top Left: Tiny Kinnikinnick blooms. Bottom Left: Creeping phlox just starting to bloom. Right: King George Heather.
Left: The Japanese Rose is just starting to show off. Top Right: Osmanthus Burkwoodi. Bottom Right: The Vinca minor is looking great with all its purple flowers.
Top Right: I believe this is Leopard’s Bane. I love it. It’s so very bright & cheery. Bottom Left: This Magnolia has tons of flowers. Bottom Right: The Leonard Messel Magnolia doesn’t have many flowers, but the ones it does have are beautiful.
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