Spring is here and my garden is coming to life. Small signs of rebirth are good for my soul.
Hosta - Have gone from purple nubs to pale green spears. Plant marker made from mini-blind slats.
Dianthus - Mother-in-law calls them 'pinks.' These bloom in the heat, cold, wet, dry, sun or shade; and bloom from frost to frost.
Loropetalum - Blooms long spears filled with delicate spidery magenta flowers. The foliage is a deep purple.
Creeping Phlox - Fluffy mounds of tiny delicate flowers. My great-grandma had this in her garden. They are actually a soft pink color. I got carried away with the magenta paint.
Sweetheart Supreme Azalea - Six bushes, all on the verge of blooming. One more warm sunny day and they should be glorious. Keeping fingers crossed that we don't have another cold snap.
I wish all my sketches were as light and airy as the azalea one. I tend to overwork. :(
Friday, March 26, 2010
Spring is Here!