~ In Lindy’s Garden Today ~

Oh, my!  Many perennial shrubs are blooming, while early emerging bulbs like daffodil, hyacinth and trillium are fading. My tulips are mid cycle, and Columbine are lifting their delicate faces to the sun.

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McKenna Columbine

Sweet Woodruff on the side of the pond.

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Sweet Woodruff

Peony about to bust a button!

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Peony

Even so, the shrubs are stealing the show!

Red Current and Camelia, are vivid proof of life in process…

… an azalea ablaze and rhododendrons opening.

Check back for an update on the 15th of the month!

Thank you, Carol at May Dreams Garden.She invites us to share photographs of what is blooming in our gardens on the fifteenth of each month.

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2 Responses to ~ In Lindy’s Garden Today ~

  1. Galen911 says:

    Absolutely lovely! I miss blooms like this out here in the desert… but at least we do have out own kind of beauty to enjoy. Very nice!

  2. Nice shots! We have to plant more perennials! 🙂

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