Computer jobs √
Housework …. procrastinating
by taking a walkabout around the front yard! (joined by a platoon of mosquitoes, I might add)
Isn’t this a beautiful tulip? I wish I knew the name—I’d buy dozens of them for my yard!
(I know .. just look for a matching picture.. now to remember this in the fall)
A surprise find—my last daffodil
And my one and only lilac bloom—which I could smell from quite a distance!
Here is my beloved shade garden—that isn’t very shady anymore. We cut the dead branches off the honeysuckle bush and the hazelnut bush, leaving—well … lots of open space! It totally changed the atmosphere for this section of the yard.
My new almond tree.
A .. what is this again?
And a …
My honeysuckle bush—lots of “dead branches” left, we thought, except that they now have new growth on them.
One of my tiniest baby “golden dogwoods” that have survived last year’s transplanting! (Ignore the Joe Pye-weed marker; using it to help protect the baby tree from chickens digging in the flowerbed)
The flowering quince is slowing down re: blooms
Leatherwood tree: isn’t this going to be BEAUTIFUL???!!!!
Silverbells: just starting to show their blossoms
Pawpaw: I was starting to worry that it hadn’t survived the winter … and then I saw this wee little bit of green!
A few cherry blossoms still
Two more GORGEOUS tulips!
-- - Debbie, SW Ontario Canada (USDA Hardiness Zone: 5a)