AS DOES THE GARDEN GROW – Marilyn Armstrong

The columbine are starting to bloom and I got pictures, but they aren’t fully open yet. After yesterday’s rain, everything is covered with drops of rain. And it’s pretty muddy.

Bunches more wild strawberries popping up everywhere and the rhododendrons look happy and healthy.

After cutting back the roses, the rhododendrons are looking very happy. It’s amazing how fast everything is growing right now.

Dryopteris filix – Common fern

Lilacs and there are more, but … it’s raining

Flowering cherry near the dam in town

And a few not fully opened Columbine (just a few more days and they will be amazing).

And of course, the deck …

Geranium

Begonia

Flowers of my week



Categories: Flowers, Gallery, Gardens, Photography, Spring

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12 replies

  1. Your garden’s looking great!

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  2. Everything is looking lovely there, Marilyn. Can you believe it, I had bought a new hanging basket for the front porch which I wasn’t able to put up until the robins left the nest. One night someone came a stole it.
    Leslie

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  3. Your garden is growing wonderful well. These photos of yours are so beautiful.

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  4. Columbine is always good for a pleasant surprise in the garden. They grow wild here and arrive in all colours

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    • I’m pretty sure I planted maybe two of them? Now, I gets dozens of them this time of year … but all of them are pink. Which is why I’m pretty sure I planted it myself. It spreads around very nicely.

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      • I’m ignorant regards flowers but our garden is beginning to show life. We’ve earned it with all the lousy weather and rains of Ranchupur we’ve received.

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