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Sunday, May 5, 2013

Seventy Degree Days . . .

 
 
brought some of the flowers into bloom
 
 
three hellebore plants
 

 
wind flower
 
 
ostrich fern unfurling
(fun to watch then wake up)
 


two new hellebore pink
 


 
blooming hibiscus
indoors for the winter
back outside
and still blooming
 
 
busy days
cleaning, planting, changing
spring is springing
 
 wonderful world it is
~
 


21 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i can hear the hibiscus saying 'ahhhh' from here. :)

Pondside said...

It is such a beautiful time of year! It was very warm here this weekend too - it could even be said to have been hot! Everything is bursting into bloom.

eileeninmd said...

I love the pretty hellebores and the hibiscus. Spring is a beautiful time. Lovely images, Lynne! Have a happy day!

Musings from Kim K. said...

Your hellebores are gorgeous. I need to show this post to Chris. He's always anxious to find new plants. It was a gorgeous weekend. Just what I needed for another long work week ahead.

MarmePurl said...

so pretty Lynne.

Rural Revival said...

Wonderful and beautiful.

Liz said...

Very nice to see those spring blooms! I wish I had a shady spot for some hellebores. Really like the colors of yours!

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Spring is keeping us on our toes...it seemed to have taken so long, and now suddenly it's bags are unpacked and it's here to stay.

I love bloglovin...just haven't had a lot of time to play around with it, due to spring arriving.

How are you feeling about it?

Jen

Missy George said...

I just bought a Hellebore..$31.00..I can't believe the price of perennials now. I think it is white..I have a very shady area where it will be happy..Pretty pictures Lynne..I am enjoying these 60-70 degree days..

Pamela Gordon said...

I love the hellebore plants but don't have any. They are so pretty. It's been sunny and warm here too and things are growing and bursting beautifully. I'm loving this weather! Have a beautiful week Lynne. Pam

barb said...

Ahh all just lovely.

At Home in English Valley said...

So beautiful...don't forget to rest...that's what I'm doing right now ;-). Love, Penny

Bonnie said...

Hellebores are one of my favorites. Mine usually bloom in February or early March and the flowers last forever. I've been letting them reseed. I have hundreds of babies under the mother plants. I've separated a few of the larger ones hoping to have more plants. Have a wonderful week. Bonnie

Thistle Cove Farm said...

it's Blackberry Winter here; cold, windy, rainy and will be all week. no spring here, not yet anyway.

koralee said...

Our weather has been beautiful too....your garden looks so lovely..thanks for sharing the joy. xo

Olive said...

Just lovely Lynne. I have never grown hellebore. Not that I need more plants:} hugs, olive

Lynn said...


As always your gardens inspire me . . . yes, ‘tis wonderful, Lynne.

Lisa Sall - Sall's Country Life said...

Too pretty Lynne! I'm so jealous of your hellebores!

Jenny Woolf said...

Lovely photos. Aren't ferns the most amazing shape, speically when they are unfurling.

Gail said...

Fantastic flowers.

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

oh amazing pink flowers.
They are so pretty.

I want to go pick them and put in my vase.