Monday, April 15, 2013

April Bloom Day...100th Post


Forgive the date on this post.  Changing the batteries constantly made the date reset.  Things in my gardens are really starting to take off.


Bradford Pear Trees

Daffodils

Daffodil

Wild Clover

Tulip trees in front field

Wild Lantana

Don Juan Rose

Impatient Rose

Indian Blanket Flower

Knockout roses are blooming heavily


Wild Crossvine

Another Tulip Tree

Mexican Petunia


Encore Azalea

Not sure what type of azalea this is...all white though

Pink Snow Camellia

Pride of Mobile Azalea

Mums

Mums

Lady Diana rose

Bougainvillea

Bougainvillea

Gerber Daisy

Bougainvillea

Rainbow Knockout

Bogainvillea

Varigated Bougainvillea...I think one only blooms during the spring..unsure but didn't bloom all last year except the spring

Hibiscus

Bougainvillea

Hibiscus


Baby's breath

Azalea

Azalea...I believe George Tabor

Sunny knockout rose tree

Pink snow camellia

Chinese snowball has yellow flowers

Begonias

Azaleas

Mystic Haze Dahlia


 Another blogger called this Elderberry
Winged Begonia

I am so proud of this...it's a rose seedling...I'll name her Isabella

Moss roses...bloom during the mornings usually

Moss roses

Mexican Heather


8 comments:

Lea said...

It is blooming like Paradise at your house! All beautiful! I especially like the Hibiscus - gorgeous color!
Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!
Lea
Lea's Menagerie

NellJean said...

"Yellow Chinese Snowball" is a distractor, right? To see if we are really looking at everything?

Janie Jurkiewicz said...

@Nell, not sure what you mean by distractor....the irony is that it has yellow flowers but it supposed to have white hydrangea looking flower...thought it was wwird that there were yellow flowers on it.

jayneonweedstreet said...

Wow! Things are really blooming in your part of the country! WOnderful!

NellJean said...

A distractor means 'Hey, look at this thing!' from all the others.

I think you have a Forsythia bush mislabeled as a Snowball.

I hope that now the 15th has passed you can start on plans for your path. What do you have in mind?

Janie Jurkiewicz said...

I haven't figured that one out yet...choices I am thinking mulch, grave, stones, railroad ties....

Bernie H said...

Wow, you've got so much happening in your garden right now. I just love your white Azalea and the Lady Diana Rose. Your huge Winged Begonia is just fabulous too!

Janie Jurkiewicz said...

Thanks, Bernie....Baldwin County Co op has some great plants.