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
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Comments

  1. says

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

  2. says

    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.

  3. says

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

  4. says

    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! :-)

  5. says

    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

  6. says

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