Friday, April 29, 2011

Garden Beauties

Blooming yesterday on a cold, wet and windy day.

N. Pink Charm

A Tet-a-tet look alike daffodils grew with the Pink Charms. It must be mixed in from the supplier because I don't have it in my record.

N. Replete

Daffs Replete and Pink Charm planted in the narrow strip of garden bed at the end of the driveway.

N. Erlicheer

E. Pagoda

Red stems of Orienpet Anastasia. Although they are not flowers, they bring in interesting color in the garden bed.

T. erectum

The sun is shining today and I am planting my lily bulbs. Happy spring!


The Sage Butterfly said...

Beautiful blooms! The pink charm looks so delicate. Happy spring!

Lily said...

Happy spring to you too, TSB!

ann said...

Spring flowers are just the most beautiful and yours are spectacular.

Lily said...

Thanks Ann.

Anonymous said...

I had Replete but it did not return the next year, in fact, all the doubles only made on or two shows.Your blooms are pretty.

PlantPostings said...

I'm glad you had some sunshine for your planting day. Things are looking better in the Midwest now. May is such an amazing month in this part of the world! Cheers!

Alistair said...

Lovely Spring plants, I particularly like your red Trillium.

Lily said...

Thanks. Replete and Pink Charm are new additions to my collection. Will see how they perform next year. My tazetta Geraniums did not perform well this year.

I was so glad to be able to plant some of my lily bulbs.

I love it too. So delicate looking. Thanks for the visit my friend.

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