C'mon you guys/girls! I need some pics of all these babies. I don't have anything special, but here are some of mine...
Here are some "simple pretties" to liven things up in here!
Too busy! Too many green thumbs! Don't have a camera! Technology challenged! Embarrassed by the weeds!
Thanks for sharing your treasures. They're delicious!
Now I'll go round the little green points just showing their snoots and remind them - 90 days or fewer and they can be flaunting to the spring gales, too.
I usually don't have time, either. But, when your six month old is up at 4:45 in the early morn', you have a little extra time! HA!
Here is some of mine...
Very pretty! Thanks for sharing! I really like the daffs!
Boy, those are beautiful flowers. Let's see, your baby is 6 months old so probably born in December...so last fall you must've been nesting to get so many beauties in the ground before your baby came! :)
I agree, there are not a lot of photos on this forum. Neither are there on the gallery side! I tried getting some pic posting started a while back on the gallery and hardly anyone wants to play with me. Here's one for my ante:
Yes, there are lots of weeds there in my photo. My daffodils are long gone now--they bloomed in March. But some of the weeds are there still! The daffodils in this photo are 'Ice Follies', taken 3/24.
Thank you for sharing the beauty that you tend in your garden! I especially love the red tulip in picture 6 and also the red and white one in picture 10. Good job!
Weeds, yeah, I've got some of them. Too many! Oh well.
Whats that thing behind your daffs? Man is that thing bright!!
Tulipa Red Emperor, Orange Emperor and Yellow Purissima:
Hyacinthus Gipsy Queen:
Hyacinthus Gipsy Queen with Yellow Queen and Pink Frosting:
I forget which this is... maybe Cum Laude or Negrita?
No-name daff from Lowe's pink mix:
Jack Frost Brunnera:
The hubby & me:
Oh, beautiful! My spring bulbs are rapidly going dormant and are just memories now. Thanks for the refresher course. I surely do envy y'all those gorgeous brunneras.
Dani--Sorry it took me so long to answer your question. The bright little blue flowers behind the daffodils in my photo are Convolvulus tricolor 'Royal Ensign'. They are a type of low-growing annual morning glory. My little girls are old enough now to understand that they are poisonous and to stay away from any thoughts of eating plants they don't know and especially these. I would've never had anything poisonous in the yard when they were littler. They bloom constantly and are still blooming now although I think they'll die off when the real triple digit heat hits here this summer. I think they are a beautiful and bright foil for other plants, especially yellows and pinks.
Kentstar and Ladychroe--Wow! Both of your yards are colorful, beautiful, and inspiring. That's why we need more photos on this forum: for inspiration like that. Thanks for sharing your yards' beauty with us.
Thanks for sharing the photos! I just got my Van Engelen catalog, and I can't grow tulips, daffs, or crocus here, so I was just dying to see some. Beautiful!
gorgeous, gorgeous, beautiful pics!
Spring is long-gone here;
the paperwhites bloomed in December & January,
daffs in February
Spanish Bluebells in March,
iris in April.
Thanks for the refreshing stroll through your lovely spring gardens!