Garden coming to life

May 8, 2015 at 11:35 am Leave a comment

Each spring I watch for the narcissus and daffodils and other flowers emerging from the ground.



First the narcissus and those highly aromatic white hyacinths that are lovely in the garden but I don’t dare bring them in the house





DSCF8734a bit closer


But now the narcissus have flowers have had their showing and have faded to be replaced by grape hyacinths and tulips


DSCF8747Tiny grape hyacinths coming up everywhere, even in some parts of the lawn near the flowerbed


DSCF8744one daffodil blooming in that bunch and the red and orange tulips nearby


DSCF8739the tulips up close and more to come



More pictures coming, as my garden changes.


How is your garden growing? Tiny gardens count too.



All photos on this blog © C. Wilker, unless otherwise noted.


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