Saturday, April 27, 2019

SPRINGTIME SCHEDULE IN THE GARDEN

Today I noticed that the daffodils are 
definitely passing by here in my garden.
Some of the tulips are yet to bloom and
 others are gone.  I have picked so many
white lilacs off what was a less than
desirable bush I got at a live auction
2 years ago.  It grows real "twisty type"
branches - almost like vines.  


This was the bouquet I made today as
I walked around gathering from what
was available here and there.  I
believe some of my tulips returned
from last years which was wonderful!





Many years back,  I decided that
Beatrix Potter would be the theme
of my garden.  I adore the characters
she created and her English Garden style.








As you can see I am making wire cages for my
peonies which will be blooming fairly soon!


I hope you are enjoying a lovely
Saturday and find some time
to play in the garden!



Linking to: 
Create, Bake, Grow and Gather

10 comments:

Louca por porcelana said...

I miss your stunning flowers bouquets!Your garden is heavenly!Hugs!

Vee said...

Such a wonderful bouquet! Your garden is a delight to see. My garden was raked out last week and has spent a cold miserable week this so not much action yet.

Beth said...

I love your garden, Bernideen! You are one creative and talented lady!

Sandi Magle said...

Our still blooming Daffy's were smashed by that freak snow storm of 6 Wet and heavy inches, Saturday. Your garden is so lovely---sigh. Gorgeous! I wonder how much will survive the freezing we had.

Hill Top Post said...

How could a bouquet be any more beautiful? Wow! I love your garden. The Beatrix Potter touches here and there are just so very fine!

A Casa Madeira said...

Belas as imagens.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I always love visiting your garden, Bernideen. Your bouquet is luscious!

Marilyn Miller said...

Your flowers are amazing!

ellen b. said...

Spring is beautiful in your garden!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Your bouquets are always so incredibly beautiful!! Love the white lilacs! Now are they as fragrant as the purple one's?