After a long harsh winter in Pennsylvania, we finally have signs of spring. The last week brought temperatures in the 60's and 70's. Just like all of us who have cabin fever, our garden plants couldn't wait to bud and bloom. In the past few days, wonderful scents and vibrant colors are dotting our gardens, assuring us that planting season isn't far away. We're supposed to have rain and cooler temperatures for the next week and I wanted to document these beauties before that happened. This might be our spring before we hop into summer after the last cold spell. Our gnarled weeping cherry has just begun the blossoming process.
After my mom passed on, I planted a garden in her honor. I try to keep something blooming through the whole season. These hyacinths are usually first to pop up.
Two tone and frilly!
Old Fashioned Bluebells
I hope your garden gives you as much pleasure as ours does. It is my peaceful place to write or relax. And I'm looking forward to more color and blooms. I often post garden photos on my Facebook page along with writing news and cat pics!
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