My Garden

All pictures are from my yard.


Annuals and herbs in pots on the deck









Forsythia



Eastern Redbud





Wild Violets



Perwinkle (vinca)


Lilacs



Creeping Phlox



Spirea



Hardy Geranium, Cranesbill


Floribunda Rose-  Nearly Wild




Polyantha Rose- The Fairy




Honeysuckle  (Lonicera)




Daylilies


Zinnias



Coneflowers


Hostas



Burning Bush in the fall


Tomatoes


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8 comments:

  1. I love your garden! You have a lot of nice flowering trees and shrubs. I'd love to get more flowering shrubs for my garden.

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    1. Thank you, Sandy. I like to let trees and shrubs be the "work horses" in the garden, providing interest during every season. And perennials have to be a gardeners best friend, as they come back year after year.

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  2. Such beauty. I can't wait for our Forsythias' to start:) I like to bring branches in to force.

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    1. Thanks, Tiffany. I've never tried to force branches... kinda wishing I knew how since this year spring got a very slow start.

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  3. Such beauty in one garden....the photos tell it all.

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    1. Thank you, Meggie. Very sweet of you to say.

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  4. Iffen you take the notion to sell some starts/seeds of your gorgeous garden, please let me know? I am in the process of transforming a 'naked' yard :) I do appreciate your assortment and obvious hard work creating an oasis of pride. I can be reached through my e-mail: stjamesyorkies@yahoo.com

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    1. Thank you for your kind words. It is hard to start from scratch. I'll have to see if I can shake some seeds from a few things.

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