Monday, April 27, 2015

Today's Garden

The big tree coming into leaf
 A carpet of camellias
 Mum's Maple
 Bank of bluebells
 Andrew's jasmine

 Old faithfuls.

 The light is just too bright but mustn't grumble.

 Can't wait for this beauty to bloom
A nice surprise.


rashbre said...

Your garden seems to be on a different setting from ours!

Everything is already happening.

We do have blossom on the trees but nowhere near as much of the other finery.

Kim Ayres said...

Some of the chestnuts in my town have just got their leaves starting to come out!
However, as I look out the window, it is actually snowing at the moment...

Anonymous said...

Beautiful, Pat! Your garden is miles ahead of ours. Bluebell leaves are up, the Camelia is just bursting and the Oak and Ash are still not out!

savannah said...

so lovely! the only flowers in my garden right now is the star jasmine outside the breakfast room window! i fear the only flowers i'll see will be the blossoms i bring home from the market! ;) xoxoxo

angryparsnip said...

Oh My Goodness, I love (and envious)
of the bank of bluebells.

cheers, parsnip

maurcheen said...

Beautiful, as is usual with your garden. :-)


Anonymous said...

Our bluebells haven't come out yet, the daffs never appeared at all.

your garden is looking good

Ms Scarlet said...

Mine is beginning to look lovely too! Yours is beautiful - so cheerful.

Pat said...

Rashbre: one of the reasons we retired here - a stark contrast to the Yorkshire Dales weather wise.

Kim: even here the last few days have been nippy.

John: come west young man!

Savannah: there must be at least one plant that thrives in the area. Once you discover what it is you will be abloom:)

Parsnip: and the joy is they need no care and attention.

Maurcheen: I don't show the messy bits.

Helen: thanks. If it's later it lasts longer.

Scarlet: that is its function to cheer and sustain me.

Guyana-Gyal said...

Nothing beats a garden as lovely as this, nothing.