Maybe with something bright and cheery. My Garden.
|My Wisteria. It is growing on my back fence.|
I have a very small garden. It is only 14 feet deep by 60 feet wide. I try to optimize as much space as possible. I have perennials and every spring, I plant many pots of annuals.
|One of my Irises. They are so elegant to me.|
|This Lilac tree came from a sucker on my mother's tree.|
|This is an Azalea my mother gave me. It is so fragrant.|
|One of my pots. This one is full of Million Bells. I can hardly wait until it fills the pot and flows over the sides.|
|The first full bloom on my Clematis. It is just beautiful. White with a blush of lavender.|
|My Wigelia. We have to keep this one cut back quite a bit. It is almost to big for my tiny side yard.|
|One of the heavily loaded branches.|
|Another gorgeous Iris.|
|Dutch Iris. So delicate.|
|Columbine. This one is planted beside my yard swing. It has climbed up the post and along my fence.|
|More Poppy's and White Iris. Can you see the plethora of buds on these plants?|
|My double Peony. It should be open within days. (If the sun ever comes out.)|
I have several plants still waiting to be potted. Hanging planters to finish to hang from my fence. A broken fountain that I generally fill with Impatient's. They are out on my deck waiting to be planted. Some Basil and Pole Beans to plant.
I hope the weather man is right and we will be seeing an end to all of the rain we have been having and I will be able to get out and finish.
|One of my Hydrangea's. This one did not bloom well last year. This year it is loaded, much to my joy.|
The birdbath is my newest addition to my garden.