Life in a Northwest garden...rain, slugs & 3mths of sunshine!
ahh that is a bloom that speaks for itself. Just waiting for a favourite - Hawthorn
Love this picture!I nominated you for the versatile blogger award. If you have already been nominated and do not wish to accept my nomination please don't feel any pressure to do so. I just enjoy you blog and wanted to add it to my list of nominees.
Becky, thank you so much!!! What an honor to be chosen, thank you for the honor. And a huge congrats to you for your nomination, I love your blog and think it most deserving of a versatile blogger award. I appreciate the opportunity but as I have only recently taken part I will pass on the questions, but will be sure to give you a shot out on my next post with a link back to your blog. Again thank you and congrats...cheers Julia xx
I seriously love when my creeping phlox is so full of those bright pink blooms you can't see the green at all!
Oh Darla that sounds amazing, my phlox is lucky to be covered in a 1/4 of blooms, hope you post some pics in bloom =)
My favorite is usually the latest one blooming! Right now, I'm loving the bridal wreath spirea and lily of the valley. They both smell wonderful.
haha love that!
I can see why it's your favorite...it's stunning. It is difficult to decide on a favorite...I think one is a favorite, then another blooms and my mind changes! Too fickle I guess.
Seriously agree, tulips are out and they are becoming a fave ;)
Favorite bloom...hmmm. Coneflower maybe.
My most favorite springtime bloom is also the magnolia, the saucer magnolia in particular, the ONLY bloom in our garden affected by cold this year! I'll just have to enjoy yours!
Oh Boooo, sorry to hear your blooms took a beating =( Hope you had at least one little bloom survive!
Gorgeous Magnolia blossom. I don't have a favorite spring bloom but I especially adore the ones with scent. In my garden the first two that come to mind are Daphne odora and 'Geranium' Daffodil. But in spring, because I'm so starved for color, I love them all. I'm not that terribly fond of Rhododendrons and Azaleas but when they're in bloom, I'm having to labor to keep my eyes on the road. I think I need a bumper sticker that reads, "Warning: Flower-Crazed Woman Driving." :)
LMAO I could so use one of those stickers too ;) Grace those two are both in my top 5, love LOVE love the smelly goodness of them...ahhhh!!
Thanks for stopping by and reading my latest post! I love sharing my gardening adventures and reading your wonderful comments. Happy digging...Cheers Julia!!