Saturday, March 15, 2014

March Bloom Day

It's Garden Blogger's bloom Day.  If you are not familiar with, it's where garden blogger's from around the world post what is blooming in their garden, on May Dream's Gardens.  I invite you to visit there and see what is beautiful today!
I have been horribly neglectful of my garden this spring.  I am a cpa and it's tax season but for some reason, my spring fever has been delayed.  So I will post what is blooming in it's general location.

Front of the house.







Front field











Back yard









Greenhouse


Bought confederate jasmine for the peacock topiary







Museum I volunteer at, next door.













Aside notes...replace outside door lanterns.  The peacock topiary is coming along.  I think I finally got the grass killed and will till it soon.










11 comments:

bookworm said...

Visiting from upstate New York and admiring the magnolias, the azaleas and camellias. There is nothing blooming outside yet. It's 46 and windy, and I'm happy for it as a couple of days ago it was in the single digits. I hope spring is here soon for us. Happy GBBD.

chloris said...

That is a gorgeous Magnolia. Do you know which one it is?

Dorothy Borders said...

Boy, those colors really pop! Happy Bloom Day.

rusty duck said...

So much colour in your neck of the woods. Camellias do well for me, but sadly not magnolia. Going to have to get to the bottom of it though, I do love them.

Jean Campbell said...

Spring is finally upon us, after such a miserable winter. It wasn't really that long, it just felt like forever.

Your Magnolia is a beauty, isn't it?

Anxiously awaiting the Peacock, such a grand project.

HolleyGarden said...

My favorite is your camellia, but I'm so impressed with your azalea. Such wonderful spring blooms. Hurry and get through with those taxes! haha The garden will soon be in full bloom! ;)

_emily_rose said...

I LOVE confederate jasmine :) It was my favorite plant when I lived in South Carolina, and I'm trying it in Tennessee. My young plant didn't love our snow this year, but I cut it back, and am hoping for new growth this spring. Good luck with yours, I know you will enjoy it!

Janie Jurkiewicz said...

Forgive my delay in response....I'm exhausted lately after long, long hours...hopefully, tax season will be over soon..you would think after this many years I would be used to it...but I don't think you ever used to....I will try to be more diligent shortly....but between work, life, gardening, and blogging ....I am just plain wore out...this may be a vent on my part..but thank you all for dropping by,,,,,,I, sincerely, will try to better in the future...I hope you are having a more peaceful spring than I!

Janie Jurkiewicz said...

I kept seeing references to a magnolia, I have no magnolias in bloom..at least that I am aware of...I may be tired...and misposted..but which one are you referencing?

Janie Jurkiewicz said...

Forgive me, I forgot tulip trees are called saucer magnolias...

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