Wordless Wednesdays

Wordless Wednesday: In My Garden

In keeping with the May long weekend we just celebrated, I thought I’d share with you what’s growing in my garden right now.

Clematis

Clematis

Weigela

Weigela

Fig tree

Fig tree

Lilac

Lilac

Wisteria

Wisteria

Wisteria

Wisteria

 

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  • Oh you reminded me of the lilacs I had in my old yard at the old house. I love lilacs. So pretty! Missing those. Maybe I can plant one here.

  • SO BEAUTIFUL! I just posted the same thing for WW http://inrdream.com/2014/05/elegance-blossom-ww/

  • Lilacs are such a memory filled flower for me. I grew up with them and had them outside my kitchen window at the first house that I ever bought. Hmm… maybe it is time to plant some here.

  • Ohh so jealous!! Absolutely nothing is blooming here yet! My apple tree barely has leaves let alone flowers and the tulips are just buds. Oh well, at least I have something to look forward to…

  • I love Wisteria, such a beautiful tree. And the Lilacs are wonderful, two plants we dont see in the desert!

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  • So beautiful! I’m jealous of your weather and temperature! It’s not quite as warm here yet, but we are warming up! Our lilacs, figs, and pretty much everything else aren’t up yet. I can almost smell the lilacs. Such beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing!

  • What beautiful pictures. I just love the smell of Lilacs. Always reminds me of spring at my parents house.

  • Beautiful flowers! I do not have a green thumb, but we should plant something, LOL. It is just too pretty!

  • I love the flowers in your garden, especially the wisteria. Your weather on the West Coast must be much warmer than the weather here on PE\I. \

    My crocuses came up a month ago and were battered with cold rain and snow(Yes, snow).
    The daffodils and Narcissus were next and are still blooming, joined in their cool, damp beds with a variety of tulips, Red, rust, yellow, mauve, purple, white and pink-all refusing to open up because of the cold. I do love my flowers but I hate to think of them out in the cold. We are supposed to get warmer weather in a day or so and I hope so. then I can get outside and work on my flower beds.