|Blooms for April along the front of our house at Gilmore Gardens.|
Yellow is the theme color this week with the forsythias and daffodils in full bloom. And our pet bunny, Bella, is enjoying the fresh new dandelion greens that I am pulling out from the lawns and borders. (Hint: Now is the time to get a jump on those weeds!)
|Tulipa 'Ice Stick' blooming for a second year in the Hill Garden with Narcissus 'Tete-e-tete'.|
|Tulipa 'Ice Stick' and Narcissus 'Tete-e-tete' are tucked in here between patches of moss phlox (Phlox subulata) and lamb's ears (Stachys byzantine).|
|Finally some leaves! These are on Rosa 'The Fairy' on the Hill.|
|Narcissus 'Tete-e-tete in Cherry Corner garden. The red shoots of loosetrife and heuchera are rising all around.|
|Buds of Clematis 'Nelly Moser' on our trellis by the Circle Lawn. Any pruning of this Clematis should be done after it blooms in May.|
|Flowers on one of our old maple trees.|
|Bright Crocus vernus 'King of the Striped' grows through Sedum 'Acre' in our curb strip.|
|Anemone blanda 'White Splendor' also grows through Sedum 'Acre' in our curb strip. I am hoping they last until our white-flowered Serviceberry trees (Shadblow, Amelanchier canadensis) are in bloom!|
|Pink Hellebores orientalis hyb. blooming with Scilla siberica under the new foliage of our honeysuckle.|
|Buds forming on our purple-blooming Persian lilac (Syringa x persica). I hope they make it into bloom this year!|
Thanks for taking a look around my garden!
What is blooming in your garden this week?