Viburnum Burkwoodii........we must have at least a dozen different Viburnum varieties in the gardens but this one tinged with pink and lovely ball shaped blossoms is my favourite and a beautiful scent as well
Good Morning Peeps, hope you all had a good weekend.
No card today, just a few pictures of the beautiful Spring blossoms in the garden. I was determined to walk to some of the shrubs closest to the house and take a few photos yesterday, although my back told me all night I had done too much and the Tens machine is back in use. But I so love this time of year I couldn't miss out on a closer look at some of the wonderful splashes of colour Nature brings us as if by magic each Spring.
Forsythia.........again several of them in the gardens but this one which stands
at least ten feet tall and as wide is probably the largest despite having a
really sharp prune in the Autumn
Spirea Aguta..........although they variety tends to be sparse we have a clump of several close together which give a beautiful display outside the dining room window
I love the beautiful winter fruits on this Ivy........I have a thing for Ivy and always plant the ones from indoor platers into the garden when the flowers finish. It never fails to amaze me how well they establish themselves, in our Secret Garden the are two, both originally from indoor planters that now completely cover the fences in that part of the gardens.
A rare Jasmine variety Sundaville Red........it's taken years to establish but now has an abundance of the delicate blossoms.
Mahonia Japonica.......this is one of several hubby grew from cuttings taken about four years ago which are now well established
Have a good day everyone.