Tuesday, May 6, 2014

A Few April Flowers at Havenwood

Trout lily, or Dog tooth Violet (Erythronium americanum)


Crocus tommasinianus was finally up on April 23rd this year.

7 comments:

  1. Julie that trout lily is a prized native that I see will be blooming in my meadow soon...how wonderful to watch what grows in your new garden.

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    1. Thanks Donna! I am trilled to inherit this large patch.
      ~Julie

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  2. I love having Erythroniums in the garden. It took a long time but end of April spring has definitely arrived at your place. Enjoy springtime in your new garden!

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    1. Thanks Janneke! We are still more than a month behind our normal spring, but we are going to start having some truly hot weather this week... time to get moving in the garden! I will be posting some new photos of our improvements soon.
      ~Julie

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  3. It is such a wonderful time when you have a new garden, waiting to see what will pop up! Erythroniums are so beautiful with their pretty flowers, they are over so quickly, but it is worth it!

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    1. They cover a large area too! A very nice surprise, when most of the garden is sparse to say the least. I have always wanted a large patch of these though, so it is worth adding the rest of the pretties! :)
      ~Julie

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  4. Your blog is magnificent with beautiful photos.
    I look at him(it) regularly.
    The happiness is in the nature and in your garden.
    ARMELLE

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