Daffodils - Feb. 23 - 2011
Snowdrops, March 4
Forsythia Mar. 4
Redbud Tree, March 4
Peach Tree, March 4
Bird's Eye Speedwell, March 4
Wild Violets (and other weeds) March 4
Iris, March 16
Daffodil, March 16
Coreopsis, April 16
Shasta Daisies, April 16
Peony, April 16
Roses, April 16
Yucca, April 16
Bearded Iris, new this year, April 16
Another Bearded Iris, also new this year, April 16
Columbine (and more weeds) April 16
Purple Smoke Tree, April 16
I think this is a sweet pea. It's the first time it has bloomed, April 16
If I'm wrong, please correct me.
I don't know the name of these. April 16
Kay in Louisiana
Oh dear, Kay. You're half-way through summer and I had fresh snow yesterday.
To Plant a Garden is to Believe in Tomorrow
Very pretty, Kay....and they are just screaming "Spring." I especially like the double yellow/white daffodil and the yucca. Thanks for sharing these with us....I've had a crocus, the early daffs and hyacinths bloom so far....but right now they are covered with snow. Charlene
Your pics are beautiful! I saw yesterday that I have one Daff poking through and some Iris starting to come up.
My gardens are just getting dry enough to be cleaned out and now here comes winter again! ACK!
Pat ~ WC WI
Wow! Are we ever behind you in blooms!! Lovely pictures and I'm jealous! So far we just have dwarf iris, crocuses, and dafodils. Lots of other spring bulbs pushing up but not blooming yet. No trees blooming here except our birches & aspens putting out their catkins.
Very nice Kay. Where have you been? I can't tell if that is Sweet Pea or not. Can't really see the blooms well enough to tell. Could the last one be Watsonia. We were just talking about that the past couple of days. At first I thought the blooms looked like Foxglove but the plant doesn't. Find the thread about Watsonia & see if it looks like yours. Hold on, maybe I can do it. Is this the same thing?
I must have been half asleep when I first posted this. I just saw all the typos in it. Looked like a 3 yr old typed it. LOL I fixed them so it makes sense. ( I hope)
Pretty pictures. Could the sweet pea be a baptisia?? kind of looks like their blooms. Keep the pictures coming. Happy Gardening, StanetteTN
Thanks for all the comments. The best part of gardening is being able to share.
Iris, I'm not sure we're half way through summer. It will be hot here until the end of Sept. I will still have things blooming in Oct. Things are about 3 weeks behind this year because it was so cold in Feb. Most years I can start cleaning my bed in Feb. but not this year.
Gayle, I don't know if that is Watsonia or not. I think the leaves on mine is different. I've been around, just don't relate much to seed starting in-doors, since I don't do it that way.
Stanette, It might be Baptisia. I don't know what that looks like and I planted that so long ago I don't remember what I planted. lol The plant has been showing up for about 3 years and this is the first time it has bloomed.
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