Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Garden Tuesday - Shades of Green

Oak Leaf Hydrangea


In honor of St. Patty's Day, I bring you shades of green from my spring garden.

Korean Spice Bush


Garlic Chives


Some sort of wild flower


Sedum


Virginia Bluebells

22 comments:

Deb said...

Wow! Green! I almost have forgotten what that color looks like. Here in Michigan, it's still brown. Your pictures are beautiful.

Kat said...

Thanks for the green. In N. Alabama we are beginning to see the hints of green, of course the daffodils are blooming. Thank goodness for them. They are Hope.

Terri and Bob said...

How beautiful, with the dew on the leaves... lovely.

Tracie said...

ahhh there is hope that spring is really at our door!! nice pics Pam!
happy st. patty's!

blessings,
Tracie

shabby girl said...

Spring green, I could just eat it up! Your pictures are great!

Marjie said...

Green is good. I'm waiting for our green; we're still brown. Not that I'm complaining; at least it's not white!

Paula said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Love all the spring greenery popping up in your yard. When I saw that last photo, I thought the pink/purple little things looked like a package of tiny, leprechaun sized scissors (you know the kind with colored handles), all lined up and waiting for use! :-)

Pam said...

I love your garden photos - you are an excellent photographer.

Shari@Whisk: a food blog said...

I'm so envious of all your green. Everything is still snowy and brown here. Love Lily of the Valley!

doris said...

Beautiful!

Linda said...

Lovely pics. We're not green in IL yet. But lil sprouts of perennials are coming up.

hip chick said...

Oh how pretty. It looks like a wee bit 'o green hope to my northern heart!

Donna-FFW said...

Yay! Spring is around the corner.. Love your photos, outdoor grilling on the way:)

melissa said...

Love the photo with the raindrops. It's all just beautiful. Thanks for sharing and Happy St. Paddy's!

Lisa said...

Love your visual poetry! Thanks for the nice St. Patrick's Day post.

So Simple said...

Looks like spring to me Pam How nice for you. Of course we are still enjoying lovely sunny weather here in NZ. Hope you enjoy St Patricks Day.

Plenty of Guinness and Soda Bread Maybe.
Cheers

Andrea said...

Wonderful, refreshing photos!!! Thanks so much for sharing!! :)

Pearl said...

i adore that grass blades photo.

Judi said...

I believe Lisa said it best, "visual poetry".
I will miss the oak leaf hydrangeas in Tennessee, having moved from there to Alabama.
Judi

SparkleFarkle said...

Now this is what green is really about! The photos are simply lovely, thanks for the share!

Loveanewidea said...

So pretty...what a fresh and delightful post!

Ace C said...

Great pictures.