5.16.2012

Wednesdays In the Garden - May

When I bought these white anemones a couple of years ago I didn't know anything about them. But, they have been a pleasant surprise. My original plant is thriving, and had grown greatly. If you have limited garden space, you might have to watch them so they don't spread out too much. Anemone are one of the first flowers of the spring, (at least here in zone 5) and have been blooming for at least a month. Even with the rain and wind, they've held up very well, (unlike my peonies and poppies). And, they make excellent cut flowers. What's blooming in your garden today?
xoxo- A.

7 comments:

Carina said...

Lovely! We have a house being built that is almost done, it will be the first time I get to have my own garden. Seeing your photos gives me even more to look forward to. I have a lot to learn!

Jessica said...

Beautiful photos!

LESAPEA MUSINGS said...

Ginger Lilies, a flowering tropical plant that's popular here in the Caribbean and Barbados. I loved your images.

Lisa x

nuveasantoscobb said...

Well, since you asked....I have white Iceburg roses blooming all over the place, and lots of lavender, along with some native California plants. I'd love to try peonies, but I read they like cool weather. Are they hard to grow?

Caty said...

preciosas! que luz! mágicas

THE YLLW LINE said...

Sooooooo beautiful!

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