Sunday, April 17, 2016

Continued from Last Post.

More of the old but glorious cherry tree.

So many big blossums,

Purple mini rhodie

A lovely peach rhodie with bell shaped flowers.

My favorite "face flowers" the pansies. I worried 
about them as one day it was very warm and the next
morning they were covered in snow. :-(


The flower in this photo belongs on a 
ground cover that spreads quickly. 
Has varigated leaves and I use them in some of my pots as
they trail nicely. Can't remember the name, sorry.
I had them in a garden and they took over so ripped 
some out and tossed them in part of our shady woods. I underline
tossed and two years later they had become a lush ground cover.
Last but not least the start of my crimson azalea patch.


Judy S. said...

Beautiful. I've not been able to get my bell flower to rebloom. Any suggestions?

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

OH every flower is fabulous - I love the bellflowers with their cute curls.

Barbara Lilian said...

How pretty the Azaleas look, such a splash of colour from lots of bell like blooms.
I have the same ground cover here in France and like you I can't remember the name. the flowers on mine are yellow and like you I put them into hanging baskets to trail over the sides.

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Beautiful blooms in your neck of the woods. :) Have a good week.

Anonymous said...

Wow, you have some gorgeous flowers! I guess that's why you call it the Wildflower House?
Loves from The Queen

Deborah Nolan said...

Dear Sharon your photos have me drooling. I especially love that peach rhodie. Your ground cover looks like it could be lamium. I have some that grows in my woods also. It looks so beautiful friend. Enjoyed seeing your gorgeous flowers. Hugs!

Createology said...

Gorgeous Spring blossoms. How delightful those tossed flowers took root and provide lots of ground cover beauty. Thankfully Winter ends and and Spring blossoms forth. Embracing Spring Bliss...

Pondside said...

Glorious colour! Aren't we lucky to be in this part of the world in springtime?

Barbara Fisher said...

Just beautiful.

susan said...

Wow! Spring has definitely sprung in your neck of the woods and it looks gorgeous. Beautiful rhodies and gorgeous cherry blossoms. I know you're enjoying every minute of this, Sharon.

baukje said...

I have the same rose flowers. They grow so quickly even more quickly than you can tear them out...... They even grow in the gravel, but there flowers are lovely.

Wendy Barrett said...

Oh, your flowers are stunning Sharon! I'm going to be in your hemisphere next week and am hoping there are still some spring blooms around to admire. We are heading into autumn here.