Viburnum, Allium, Dogwood, Oh My!

What a beautiful spring this is! Viburnum is almost in its glory. Allium is almost in bloom. Dogwood and azalea are at their peak! We share with you more of our Maryland Spring “Grand Opening”:

Viburnum blooms still need to turn white
Viburnum blooms still need to turn white

Beds are beginning to sprout perennials. Alliums beginning to open.

Allium beginning to bloom
Allium beginning to bloom

Azalea blooming in spite of deer chewing their branches.

Azalea in bloom
Azalea in bloom

All is well.

Beneath the dogwood bract
Beneath the dogwood bract

God bless you all!

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4 thoughts on “Viburnum, Allium, Dogwood, Oh My!”

  1. At least this cool wet spring is keeping the flowers fresher longer, and we have not stepped right from winter into summer as so often happens.

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