A Few of My Favorite Things

Spring has lingered on this year, yielding beauty upon beauty!


Our Bleeding Hearts are gorgeous this year!


They survived the light frost and continue to cheer our brick walkway to our backdoor.


Every year I’m amazed by the beginnings of our giant hosta.


The Lungwort is getting prettier year by year too!


Our tulip “garden” is filled with all kinds of varieties.


The “Canadian” tulip (so dubbed by myself) has a special place in my heart.


These not only look gorgeous, but they even smell like roses!


Ahhhh…the lilacs are back. They are not as plentiful as last year, but their scent still delights me as I hang up my laundry right next to them.


The cherry tree behind our shed never looks so good as it does in Spring.


Josh built a twig lattice for our snow peas to climb. They are taking off!


There’s no music in Spring like the constant twitter of birds.


Our new crab apple we planted last fall has blossomed.



And my favorite person, pruning the tree. I’m hoping that the tree won’t look so awkward and gangly as it matures.  Perhaps it is in its teenage years and still need to fill out?


A little pruning allowed us to enjoy the blossoms indoors.



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6 Responses to A Few of My Favorite Things

  1. Joanne says:

    Spring is lovely!

  2. nancynurse86 says:

    Beautiful! So cheery

  3. coletrain77 says:

    I love Spring, too! Doesn’t it fill you with enthusiasm? Your plants all look lovely! I often take Jules for a walk in our yard to poke around and see what is blooming!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Your pictures are beautiful!! thanks for sharing

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