Timely photos of blooms and other items of interest in our gardens.

Dianne’s Garden – Spring 2020

Today I walked around my yard and cut all the broken branches that were caused by the heavy snow. On the brighter side, I cut my Hyacinths which fell over from the snow (see attached photos). They are so beautiful and smell sooo good.

Spring? at last? 2020

The compensation of bountiful spring rain extends beyond full  local reservoirs and soil that supports spring growth. Raindrops can sometimes add interest to photos of plants that are enjoying the weather.  Beads of water form on Narcissus ‘Ferris Wheel.’  Look at the snow we experienced the day after, these photos were taken. The Chinese or …

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February Blooms, at Last

Late February and early March are exciting and hopeful times of the year. Established plants show signs of life; but pests have not yet moved in.