Monday, April 09, 2012

It's Bloominm' Tuesday!

Oops!

Welcome to Bloomin' Tuesday! I had my post ready and forgot to post!


We've had more cool sunny days and cold frosty nights but that doesn't mean the garden isn't growing.

The shade garden has the most color and growth this week. The white Trillium are almost ready to open

and the Solomon Seal is poking thru. I love this spring plant and once it starts it grows with amazing speed.

Southern Comfort
Heuchera adds color to shady areas all season. They are developing new colors of the interesting , mounding plant all the time to go with any garden color pallet.


Caramel
Molly Bush
Crimson Curls
I love watching the ferns unfurl! I think they are the most interesting as they grow.
That's what's bloomin' in Western New York this second week of April. I'm looking forward to seeing what is going on in your garden. To join this spring tour just add your name, state and permalink to Mr Linky and a link to this post on your post.


Happy Bloomin' Tuesday!





11 comments:

daisy said...

You've got some wonderous sights coming up from the soil! I envy your tulips!

Beth said...

Hi Jean! Love your heuchera. Your tulips are pretty too. Happy Spring!
Blessings, Beth

Suzanne said...

Jean - Thanks so much for changing my post! Geesh -- some things go right over my head. Your garden is coming alive! We might get a little rain today! Wish us luck!

Darla said...

I wonder if Solomon's Seal will grow here. I must decide what to do with the three Heuchra I have sitting on the porch...

Donna Heber said...

Hi Jean,

I saw your note. Thanks so much for moving my post - I appreciate it. Our weather has been cool here so I don't expect to see too many things blooming for a little while.

Crafty Gardener said...

This is always such an exciting time of year in the garden. You have some wonderful growth on your plants.

Athena at Minerva's Garden said...

The leaves of your heuchera are just beautiful! I have a couple along the walkway to the kitchen door of our house, and the hummingbirds really enjoy their flowers.

Lavender Cottage said...

I found your heucheras to be quite healthy after winter. Sadly mine do not fare well and I've lost another couple so it's time to look for a replacement plant.
My ferns have not broken the soil yet but I like they way they emerge too.
Judith

BackwoodsCottage Pam said...

I shared a local garden, not my own, mine is fairly dormant still with more snow to come this week.

Linda said...

Great to see new life! Finally, it's starting to feel like spring here, too! Your post is like a breath of fresh air...
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Becca's Dirt said...

Love your heuchera. I have to add this to my gardens. This is such a beautiful time of year. Hope you arent't getting hit with the cold snap too bad.