The blueberries are not loaded with blossoms like they were last year. I expect we’ll have a smaller crop. I think I still have some of last years in the freezer!
Bluebells and foam flower light up a shady part of the garden.
This is a money plant. I don’t know what it’s scientific name is. After the flowers bloom, it has those large seed heads that look like coins. We have a purple and white variety. They pop up wherever they feel like.
We had to move our fig tree, it was getting too big. The Solomon’s seal is very happy getting all the sun now. This is the tallest I’ve seen them in ages. They are just starting out and don’t have their lovely drooping row of flowers yet.
Remember my vow to keep flowers on my dining room table all the time? Well, for the past couple of weeks, I’ve bought little potted bulbs, tulips and hyacinths. I keep them on the table for a while and then off to the garden they go. They are about the same price as I was paying for a bouquet, and I get to see them again next year!
And, it wouldn’t be a good spring garden post without Mr. Bunny. You can see the wild violets in the front and the nodding heads of the hellebores off to the side.
How about you, what’s in your garden this week?
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