Friday, March 31, 2017

March Garden: Waking Up

Pansies and spring bulbs in a wine barrel planter (falling apart) by the barn door

Daffodils in the bird habitat flower bed

Grape hyacinth in the bird habitat flower bed

Poppies in the raised flower bed

More daffodils -- in the herb and rhubarb planter



Goldfinches at their feeder

The rare, and exotic Kersey flower; they grow particularly well in water.  Prolific along streams -- and, preferably -- in streams.

A stream flanked with, you guessed, daffodils.  Clearly my favorite flower...

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful! We haven't got one flower yet here but I'm waiting for some color. I especially like the special Kersey flower. At least she waters herself.

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  2. That is so much better than my ice crop!

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  3. It is so wonderful to see all of your beautiful plantings!

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  4. Absolutely beautiful, you lucky girl!! We have crocus and that's about it. But soon. Our day will come.

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  5. An American in TokyoApril 3, 2017 at 10:19 PM

    Beautiful flowers! I especially like the Kersey Flower! hee hee!
    We are just getting our cherry blossoms now, so it means spring is nearly here! When the cherry blossoms lose their petals, it is full on spring and beautiful weather...until rainy season. Ha ha!

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