Monday, April 02, 2012

It's Bloomin' Tuesday!

Welcome!



There's not a whole lot of bloomin' in my gardens this week. We've had cold, sunny days, rain and frosty nights. I had to mow my lawn because the grass was a good 6 inches long.




This Clematis that climbs up my shed on a ladder is full of buds already. It will bloom again if I cut it back after the first bloom.




I love the little violets that pop up all over. They can be invasive but I just pull them out after they bloom.




My day lilies are along this property line behind the daffs. Some of them are up a good 12 inches already. They will eventually fill in this whole border.




I never planted the Siberian Squill but they pop up all over too. I'm happy with any color,any where in the spring.

I can't remember if I found and moved the grape hyacinths I had or bought new ones last year. They seem to like it where they are now. I have several blooms on my Peony Tree this year. I'm afraid I'll loose them if I don't cover them tonight. Another frost warning.







I love these little spring Anemone



I planted a few bulbs years ago and they just keep on spreading. My garden is looking quite blue this week. What color is yours?




To join our spring tour just add your name, state and permalink to Mr Linky below. Please, remember to add a link to this post on your post. For more info and buttons for Bloomin' Tuesday click the button on my side bar. Now show me what's bloomin' where you are planted!
1. Signs of Spring
2. Beyond The Garden Gate
3. Play Yard Plans
4. daisy
5. Brooke - Creative Country Mom
6. Behind the Gate
7. Lavender Cottage
8. Minervas Garden-Hello, Hyacinths!
9. Linda's Lunacy
10. Virtual Stir-Fry Gardens and Pallet Planters
11. Christine
12. Roses
13. Springtime in Colorado
14. flowerbed
15. Suzanne - Colorado
16. Donna's Designs

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11 comments:

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

I am always fascinated at how the same flowers bloom at different times - our forsythia, hyacinth and such bloomed between February and March! Always love seeing spring blossoms! Look forward to the party!
Kathy

Emily {Frilly Details} said...

All the blue is so pretty! I love seeing those early signs of Spring. Thanks for the link party! I'm happy to join up again after a blog break.

Beth said...

Hi Jean,
Indeed, your garden is quite blue! I have the chinodoxa and scilla in my garden as well. Thanks for sponsoring Bloomin' Tuesday.
Happy Easter!
Beth

daisy said...

Love all your blues! And the lillies are absolutely stunning! Thanks for hosting!

Gayle said...

Hi, it is my first time visiting and so I linked up my perfect spring day. I hope to visit your gardens in the next few days.
Blessings.
Gayle from Behind the Gate

Lavender Cottage said...

It's nice to compare how far along other gardens are. You have some pretty blooms already in yours and I look forward to seeing your tree peony in bloom.
Judith

Athena at Minerva's Garden said...

Love all the early spring blooms, and the yellow and blues and violets--so pretty!

xinex said...

I love blue flowers. Yours are very pretty. I do not know what I can plant that would come back year after year.....Christine

Bonnie said...

What fun to see color

Suzanne said...

I wish we were having rain like you are! We didn't have one drop of moisture in the month of March and it's usually our wettest month. We are in for a long, dry summer!

Donna Heber said...

Hi Jean,

Your blue blooms are just gorgeous! We have been rather dry here and I hope to give the gardens a good drink this week. Right now I have pink and purple tulips blooming. Thank you for hosting our party.