This post was written four years ago and when this blog was moved to WordPress (over from Blogger) some of the formatting did not transfer correctly. I apologize for this in the presentation of this post.
The roses are blooming so abundantly this spring. I have had to spray for black spot due to all of the rain and moisture. It’s not something that I like to do, but it is certainly a must-do for roses in the SE when it’s moist. The beauty of these roses is so worth the time and effort that they take to care for!
So far this spring, the weekly rainshowers have resulted in a magnificent display of flowers of all sorts. The daylilies are just now opening up and the roses are still in full bloom. It’s been spectacular!
“Guacamole” hosta — what a perfect name; the lime green color just shouts out in the garden; it is absolutley one of my favorites!..
“Renee Michelle” Azalea — one of our perennial winners every spring!
PPerfect “Stargazer” oriental lily! Just amazing, huh?
..HHuge “Great Expectations” hostas and other varieties
surrounding the bird bath!
“Nellie Moser” clematis climbing the lamp post to happily greet everyone!
. CCheeCheerful, friendly, happy, blue Colombine that always leaves such a
good feeling inside to see in the spring!
.TOur Bleeding Hearts naturalize more and more each year and
are just a delicate joy in the front garden!
And finally, a loving mother bird in her nest under the porch tops it all off
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