The ebbs and flows of a blessed gardener.
Gorgeous Lynn! Looks like a beautiful day. The sun is shining brightly here this morning, but it's deceiving with the temperature a chilly 29 degrees. Springtime is slow making its way to Chicago this year!
Love the hellebore with the sunlight illuminating it!The sight of blossoms against a deep blue sky always makes me feel happy!
Isn't it amazing to see how much prettier everything looks with the blue sky behind it? The forsythia looks beautiful with the sun shining on it.
Well, I'm so glad to see things popping in your garden! I love the Hellebore- everyone's got them. It is on my list, but not until we move- I think! Enjoy the sun!
It is good to see the sun while it lasts. Thanks for the name of the "Oregon Holly" I looked it up and see it grows in shade so it is going on my list. Poor list gets longer all the time :), but it will do good in my woodland bed area.It has berries also so the birds will like it.Wish my hellebore would bloom. Your is so pretty.
WoW! Lynne your gardens have come to life. I'll bet you ARE happy! They look great. We just had a few nice days too and it was just heavenly after the winter from h--l! All of us gardeners are happy campers now!!!Hey I finally got 'my journey' posted. I've been working on it for 2 weeks I think. ;-)
The colors really do pop against that beautiful blue sky! What a beautiful day in the garden.
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Hi Linda, sunny but very cold still here...Thanks again for the lead to Macy's show..I'll let you know.Phoenix and Catherine, yes, flowers and bright blue skies...what could be better!Wait, Tessa, your've moving...when?! You have a million seedlings to nuture...Hi Lona, funny how a plant can go by so many different names...I love your pansies!Linda, thanks for the compliment...I'm going to read your journey post now...Hi Racquel, thanks for visiting!
Hello Lynn, The wonderful blooms that's in your garden really have nice vivid colours. They are all so so beautiful. Hey,looks like your day has been cheery with the sun shining brightly. Good! Btw, I have taken note of your comment on my Dollarweed today. TQ for dropping by.
Hi Lynn, I see I've been missing out on some gorgeous color here on 'Best in Bloom'. Wow, you have so many flowers and blooms! And, how lovely they all look when the sun shines;-) I looked at some of your previous posts and am in awe of your beautiful color and blooming bushes and plants! Our weather has been anywhere from the 40's to the 70's and I've been out in my garden working and digging! Happy Easter, and, happy spring to you, dear Lynn!
Hi Lynn, sent ya an email when you posted about the pic help. Thanks, Linda
Wow!!You have a lot of color going on.Everyone has hellebore! I feel left out. :)Great photos !
Now those are the spring days I cherish, sunshine and blossoms all around. It does lift the heart, doesn't it?
Hi Lynn, it is lovely to come for a visit here. Your season looks like it is on par with ours, same things blooming, but Oh! isn't it wonderful to have SPRING at last. When the sun shines, I am on a high and I cannot stop wondering around ever plant in the garden, what a great uplift. Thanks for sharing your great photography with us.Happy Easter.Pauline
The purple and gold crocuses look great with the little shafts of sunlight on them. The flowering shrubs by the arbour add a jolt of spring colour, and yes, sky blue is the perfect background for forsythia blooms.
The bright blue sky really does make the blossoms extra pretty, doesn't it?
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