More of Our Spring in Bloom

Most of our spring classics have bloomed: daffodils, magnolia, crabapple, cherry, dogwood, redbud….

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Hellebore still flowering

Now we are watching for the next wave: allium, viburnum, iris, peony, pinks….

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Viburnum still green

So much excitement, so few hours to bask in their glory!

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Holly flowers and berries

Mid Atlantic springs are long, but never as long as this one has been.

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Ajuga in bloom

A short few days of 80 degree weather made everything break out at once, and then the long weeks of 60 degree weather have made it last.

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Lamium

Wonderful!

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Hi! I'm Shenandoah, an ancient gardener, attempting to age in place at home and in my garden. I'm in dream zone 7a able to grow just about anything. I want to help others plan their garden and living experience to age in place and never grow old in their hearts!

2 thoughts on “More of Our Spring in Bloom

    1. Yes, Charlie, when I take guests around, it is funny to see them try to keep a straight face when I’m burbling on about the dried up blooms needing dead heading or the leaves poking through mulch, as I ask DH to bring his camera when narry a blossom is coloring the path! What a hoot!

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