My lilacs were in bloom at Easter so I plundered my tree and made a big bouquet, my God they smell heavenly !!!! I couldn’t keep my eyes of it and my nose out of it , I LOVE the smell of lilacs !!!
I took this picture outside as the light wasn’t good inside but after I took theat picture I put them in my livingroom.
Have a great day all and thanks for stopping by !
I want to wish you all some very happy Easter holidays ! May the weather be good so you can enjoy your garden.
Here are some pictures I took from my garden in the past 2 weeks. I know I haven’t posted as much as last year but we are in the middle of houserenovations…..
DWARF RHODODENDRON WITH IN THE BACK THE MARSH MARIGOLD AND TO THE RIGHT A POT WITH MOROCCAN MINT
A TINY FORGET-ME-NOT WHO ACCIDENTLY GREW IN A POT WITH SUCCULENTS
EUPHORBIA IN FULL BLOOM
ANOTHER DWARF RHODODENDRON WITH IN THE BACK GERANIUM MACRORHIZUM
THE GERANIUM MACRORHIZUM STARTED FLOWERING VERY EARLY THIS YEAR, THIS REALLY IS A VERY STRONG PLANT WHO GROWS EVERYWHERE !!!
I ALREADY HAVE FIGS ON MY TREE !!!
AREN’T THEY CUTE ?!
LOOK AT THE TULIP ON THE LEFT, IT’S THE SAME AS THE OTHER TWO ONLY THE LEFT ONE HAS A VIRUS AND THEREFORE IT HAS STRIPES
HAVE A GREAT EASTER !!!!
Soon it will be Easter ! I love Easter as it is the beginning of a new gardening season and…..easter eggs. Hiding easter eggs for the grandchildren and watching them enjoying looking for the eggs and finding some…they are 4,5 and 2.5 and they just don’t understand what is happening and I love to see their happy faces each time they find a chocolate egg !!!
I just finished decorating my easter tree.
I USE THE BRANCHES OF MY CORYLUS AVELLANA CONTORTA OR CURL HAZEL
I HOPE YOU’LL ALL HAVE A WONDERFUL AND HAPPY EASTER !!!
HERE ARE SOME SPRING PICTURES FROM MY GARDEN.
FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER I HAVE A ROSEMARY BUSH IN BLOOM
MY AMELANCHIER IN FULL BLOOM, THE BUZZING OF THE BEE’S IS AWESOME
HEDGE LAUREL IN FULL BLOOM
SKIMMIA WHITE KEW
THE BEE’S ARE IN LOVE WITH IT. THIS BUSH HAS BUDS FROM EARLY AUTUMN TILL SPRING WHEN IT FINALLY FLOWERS
THE SAME SKIMMIA WITH BUDS
ONE OF THE EARLY DWARF RHODODENDRONS, IT IS ABOUT 20 YEARS OLD NOW AND IT PERFORMS YEAR AFTER YEAR AFTER YEAR
CALTHA PALUSTRIS (MARSH MARIGOLD) GROWS IN THE MARSH PART OF OUR POND, THE YELLOW OF THE FLOWERS IS SO BRIGHT YOU NEED SUNGLASSES TO LOOK AT IT !
WHITE FLOWERING PIERIS