IN A VASE ON MONDAY: ITS ALL ABOUT PINK

By |2016-03-14T17:21:00-04:00March 14, 2016|Garden|

Today, for the first time, I am joining Cathy at Rambling in the Garden.

Cathy posts, every Monday, a vase with flowers from her garden. And she invites other bloggers to link up. It’s quite a community and I follow several of the bloggers who regularly link up…so thought I would join in! And, of course, now that spring is here there will definitely be something fresh every Monday.
I will try to post on a regular schedule for this theme although with gardening weather here you may find me outside instead of at the computer…

This week it’s all about pink:

Pink Flowers 1

I cannot believe how many hyacinths I have. I’m not quite sure what happened (mind you, I am not complaining) but they multiplied tenfold from last spring. That is one of the joys of gardening: watching the unexpected happen right before your eyes.

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This is our new (planted just a year ago) Okemo cherry tree. It seems happy!

IMG_0570_wmI couldn’t resist one more shot of the hyacinths. And yes, the scent is heavenly. I have a vase of them here in my studio, on the other side of the room, […]

WHICH CHERRY TREE?

By |2015-12-27T17:33:46-05:00February 19, 2015|Friday Flowers, Garden|

 

It’s been the coldest, snowiest and iciest week of our North Carolina winter…
but we are dreaming of our new cherry tree!

Should it be the Kwanzan:

Cherry-Tree

or the Yoshino?

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They are similar in growth habit; one has pinker flowers, one whiter; one has an almond scent in early spring; both are fairly disease resistant; both are fairly fast growers.
We NEED this tree to shade our front door area from the hot hot hot Western sun, so the sooner we get it planted the better.

And for some more cheery “pinkness”, take a look here:

Pink Collage

Spring is coming, believe it or not!

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