Friday, April 3, 2020


Today I thought I'd share some of my
spring bulbs that are the first to
arrive this year.

Frankly, it's not that warm today.  I had 

considered a "Tea In The Garden" photo
shoot but changed my mind when I felt the air.

Like many of you, last fall I planted

bulbs all around and wondered how
many might make it through the winter.

At the end of last summer I dug out
one more little flower bed area into the lawn.
It doesn't seem all that big now but
it took me quite a while to get it done.

I am really glad I got that done.

I hope your spring is coming along and I
send my wishes that you be healthy and
keep safe during this difficult time!


Carissa (Regency Woman) said...

How lovely, Bernideen! My mother's garden isn't quite blooming yet, although her crocus bed is starting to put in a good showing. Thank you for sharing!

Lynn said...

Spring has sprung in your yard, Bernideen! Lovely pictures to share,
thank you so much. I have daffodils and forsythia so far and one free
seeding purple pansy so far. Palm Sunday tomorrow already, too.

Sandi Magle said...

Oh, Bernideen, I'm always so excited to see your garden begin coming to life. I know then, that ours will be on it's way sooner rather than later. Your goldfinches are beautiful, I have only seen one so far! Hugs to you and yours, hope you are all safe!

Beth said...

Your gardens are beautiful! Hope the fish made it ok through the winter. Happy Spring!

Louca por porcelana said...

What a beautiful garden!Blessings!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Your garden is so beautiful Bernideen, you are so inspiring and its beauty always takes my breath away! Your new flower bed is nice! Wish I could take in all of its beauty in person, but maybe someday. How nice that you can have tulips in your front yard and the deer won't eat them. You have so many yellow finches, how nice! What kind of seed do you have in that feeder?
Sending hugs!

Sonia said...

Wow your bulbs are many different types and colors. Love all your stauary especially bunnies! Yes tulips can be annual and some are better at naturalizing..I had one variety that came back for many years. I think when I order next year I'm going to look for those types. Thanks for stopping by! Stay safe and enjoy your garden!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I always love to visit your garden, Bernideen! You have such a green thumb and a creative art for design. The yellow finches must be a wonderful sight to behold.

Marilyn Miller said...

Just lovely! I do love seeing the spring flowers.