|Cherry Corner is full of Tulipa 'Apricot Impression' this May.|
Welcome to Garden Blogger's Bloom Day in Pennsylvania!
We are finally in full swing for spring around here and we are absolutely loving it!
While we have been working like crazy on our new gardens at Havenwood, our old garden is blooming away effortlessly this spring. It is amazing to stand back and watch it go... rather like seeing your beloved child run and win a race all by themselves. We did have two spring clean up times this spring, cutting back out sticks, etc. And another nice layer of mulch. But really, it was very little for such a beautiful show...
|We stopped by one night with some ice cream for a garden tour... just like old times again :)|
|Moss phlox, Phlox subulata, has started blooming in the Hill garden to go with the tulips and ornamental pear tree.|
|Tulipa 'Apricot Impression' in the evening sun.|
|Tulipa 'Red Impression' blooming with our large Forsythia in the front curb garden. The daylily foliage and Sedum 'Acre' is already up and adding to the green scene.|
|Virginia bluebells, Mertensia virginica, blooming away under the cherry tree. It prefers a nice shady spot, and even some moist soil.|
|These apricot tulips look so nice with the orangey early foliage of Spirea 'Goldflame'.|
|Cherry Corner has some lovely combinations right now, like the apricot tulip with tri-variegated shoots of yellow loosestrife, Lysimachia punctata 'Alexander'.|
Thanks to May Dreams for hosting GBBD!And to Brooke at Creative County Mom for hosting Home Sweet Garden Party!
What favorite plant is blooming in your garden this May?