May 30th, 2010 at 12:09 pm
Posted By: gardenguru
Posted in: Fruits,Growing Flowers,Landscaping

Every spring is beautiful, but this one seems exceptional.

The rhododendron and Columbine are prolific this year.  I thought the white azaleas under the hammock didn’t bloom because they were in the shade.  This year they proved me wrong.

The rhododendrons show up better because the Cotoneaster is gone, and there are fewer blueberry bushes.

I gave away four blueberry bushes which all lived in their new homes.  The six bushes that are left have abundant blueberries.

The Clematis try their best to climb to the top of the stumps, while I keep winding them around them.

Update on my previous post:

I heard the turkey hen yesterday among the rhododendron, but never could find her.  The food I put out is eaten, but I don’t really know if the turkey and poults are enjoying it or not.

1 Comment
  1. Your yard looks beautiful, especially with Mia sitting in the middle of it–it reminds me of the Cat’s Meow wooden carvings series that always has a black cat painted somewhere on each piece.

    Comment by Methel — June 17, 2010 @ 7:15 am

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