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Tune in to see what's happening in my garden this season :)
On my clematis vine flower.
Hellenium & Weigela
In full bloom for their first season in my front yard.
Classic prairie flowers in my backyard
Seeded Black-eyed Susans have taken over
Out of my kitchen, full of Marigolds. Freshly painted this spring.
Yarrow starting to bloom
Burnt leaf tips from a late Fall sprouting are a nearly unnoticable blemish now that these grapes are in bloom.
A good friend gifted me this pair of Jack-in-the-Pulpits. Best gift I have received in a long while. Now to find a spot for them...
Before (LEFT) and after (RIGHT). This tulip first bloomed peach. Over the last few days it has blushed bright pink.
This pink tulip bloomed peach at first. It has since changed colors.
Who knew variegated hostas, arguably the most ordinary plant of all, emerge with a dark purple hue in the spring? Too cool!
Baby Lady's Mantle
Already doing its thing...
This is a double-flowering cultivar called 'Shirley Temple'. Does not seem like bloom time will coincide with the tulips. Darn it.
Love the coloration as it first emerges from the ground.
Horticulturists use a wooden dibble (right) to transplant seedlings into larger cell blocks.
Tomatoes & Basil
My idea of an Italian cell block.
An industrial-grade permanent marker is used on the tags. Its ink will not fade in the sun once the blocks are moved into the greenhouse.
Bird's Nest Fungus
Campus yews have suffered severe loss of moisture over this prolongued winter.
Rescued baby sedum shoots.