Monday, April 6, 2015

Latest blooms

 
Kerria (Easter Rose)

 
Lilac "Declaration"

Money Plant (Lunaria)
 
Hardy Orange (Poncirus trifoliata)

 
Tree Peony foliage and Euphorbia "Despina"

 
Viburnum "Mohawk"

 
Viburnum "Mohawk"

Viburnum "Mohawk"
 
Darwin Tulip

 
Darwin Tulip


Text and photos by Phillip Oliver, Dirt Therapy

5 comments:

  1. Very nice! I love lilac but did not realize they can do well this far south. But then, you are a little north of me. How long has that lilac been in your garden? It is a beauty! Also love the kerria!

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    1. This the first one that has survived for more than a season for me. A nursery owner in the area said that it was a new one better suited for the South.

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  2. Beautiful! Gives me hope that we will get there, too, in a couple of weeks.

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  3. I think the Mohawk viburnum photos are my faves from this batch.

    Do the Mohawk flowers attract any pollinators? And does it produce any berries for birds?

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  4. Such excitement. Our magnolia is just beginning to bloom. Love this time of year.

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