Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Season For Every Flower

I know you have heard the old saying "There is a season for everything."  So it is for flowers. the  By this time the Daffodils have finished.










     We will see no more of these beautiful until next year.

   
The Japanese  Magnolia  has dropped it's pretty pedals and put on green leafs, 















The Azaleas sad goodbye until April 2016.



And now the Iris I really like the Iris, I did not plant the Iris for a long time.   I only had small places and not a lot of time and now I have a perfect partner.


 














                                    

 

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Spring at last

We are always glad to see the first Daffodils mostly it means winter is over.  It was a hard one for me.  
I love the pear trees. 

These Camellias bloomed beautifully.  We have two like these in this yard and on in Carrel's

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 This is another spring blooming Carmella
 Ann Magnolia This tree was here when I bought this house.
 
Juanita

 

These are from our new "Garden Room".




 

I hope you enjoyed my new blog page today.  Thank you for watching our garden grow and bloom.  I hope you will grow one of your own.  Happy gardening from Carrel and Juanita.


Back Once More

 I have not written a post for one year, sorry about that.  When I tried to get on my blog it was up for sale, after a while they let me write another page.  This has not been the best year of my life, but not the worst.   We had lots of rain this past winter, ice and some snow. Limbs fell from trees, and of course everything looked dead.  But then  SPRINwill follow winter.  It really makes us cheer up just to think about it. 



 This is fall and all the leaves.















 I think the Carinal is so pretty in a tree with snow.















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 This is my "Evergreen Room.   I thought I had this picture already but I could not find it.  I am standing in front of "Azelia " an 8'  by 4 'wall' I    On my right are "Azellia and Sasanca".  I have 3 "Sasanas" now 2 red and 1 pink.
 

            


 We do have some pretty blooms in the late fall and all winter with the red and white  and Pink Camellia and now 3 Sasancs two red and one white.














 
  I hope you  had a good winter and you have enjoyed this blog page.  I thank you for watching our garden grow and bloom and hope  you will grow one of your own.  Have fun, Carrel and Juanita.
 



   



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