We have been in hunker-down-mode for a couple of weeks now and are very fortunate to live out in the country rather than a big city apartment, so we can spend plenty of time outside. I’ve posted some earlier shots of the cherry trees and now it is time for some other plants to show their stuff beginning with our favorite azaleas. The white ones are full while the reds between them are just starting to open.
Some others around the place now open.
And this fellow is about 15’ side-to-side and will get a little pruning this year.
The Snowball is full of blooms.
As is the Bridal Wreath.
This is a small lilac that smells so good.
The Kwanzan Cherries are dropping their blooms and creating pink snow with much more to fall yet.
We’re also getting some spring chores done as Bev has spent several days whipping her flower garden into great shape and I’ve planted grass in several places around the yard.
We’re still waiting for all chance of frost to pass before we plant some peppers, tomatoes, and beans in our tiny garden space – we are getting a little asparagus.
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Have a great day and thanks for stopping by Almost Heaven South.
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