Monday, April 11, 2011

The Shade Garden Comes to Life Again...









This post is linked to Blooming Tuesday at Mrs. Green Thumb Jean.

7 comments:

Auntie M said...

Good Morning! I can tell how early
this morning by the bright orb on the horizon. Or --- did you make these photos just before dark yesterday?

It is truly intriguing to see the plants come alive in the Spring!!
Our yard is spectacular today - dogwoods and azaleas in full splendor.

I love your shade garden area!!

Impera_Magna said...

I love the Spring and all the flowers blooming... not so fond of all the pollen tho... but this too shall pass!

PS - Hit another DG and bought four more mugs! :)

ancient one said...

Beautiful shade garden.. I can tell you've been working out there. I have blooms everwhere...the dogwoods are almost done and the azaleas are pretty... the verbena is blooming but not as much as last year. I need to get out and work in my yard, but my nose will not co-operate...

Rita said...

In northern Indiana we are just beginning to see green in comparison to your lovely shade garden. :) My chives are doing very well and I spread grass seed earlier in the spring and it comes up more and more every day. I held a geranium over winter in my daughters basement and it is large and gorgeous. Will be planted in the planter by my front door. It is a pretty peach color. The pansies are impatiently waiting to be planted outside soon. Spring is refreshing after a dreary cold winter.

perennialgardener said...

Spring is the best season for the garden, everything is new & fresh again. :)

Jean said...

Welcome to Bloomin' Tuesday! Your shade garden looks great! Love the purple accents! Jean

Deb said...

Hi! I've enjoyed my visit to your flower garden! I'm not sure where you're located, but you're much farther along in the season than we are here in the Valley in Virginia. Everything is pretty and green!

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