Muscari in a pot, left forgotten on the ground last fall,
was a lovely surprise out in the spring garden where almost nothing is growing yet, let alone blooming.
Spring was late this year - very late,
and all manner of things were delayed.
|A double-decker for our girl Elvie.|
But don't let that innocent face fool you!
She is craving to get outside at last.
|These lovely Muscari, spent the basement as bare bulbs (in the fridge in a paper bag), and were potted up only 4 weeks ago previous to this photo. So pretty.|
|Viburnum Snowball produced the biggest ever puffs this year - just gorgeous! I have read they can grow up to 15 feet high and wide! Wow, now that would be sight!|
|Extra early daylily Middendorfii, |
every year with more scapes - this year a record 20!
A much needed splash of colour.
|Arborvitae Anna's Magic Ball - how could I resist?|
|Gift to myself this year - a nice and high wooden planter, serving a catch all for now, but I have plans!! :)|
|The Snowballs in the early morning light - awesome!|
|These beauties just refused to bloom for Christmas! |
That's OK - as long as they eventually do
|The always exquisite, |
always different Gervase.
|I Think this one is Double Dragon (some tags got lost this year)|
|Flirtatious and festive Samba.|
|Two scapes blooming at the same time, |
as Gervase dances in the sun.
Summer at last!