bird’s eye view

morning

After all those macros in the last garden post, perhaps a broader view is in order? Ladies and gents, my morning view.

Dispatches from the garden: May 15

Swiss Chard
Swiss Chard
Sage blossoms
Sage blossoms

 

Peony
Peony
Egyptian Walking Onions
Egyptian Walking Onions
Coreopsis with pink dianthus behind it
Coreopsis with pink dianthus behind it

 

Spring fever

Violas
Violas

No time for blogging, it’s growing season! Carol over at May Dreams Gardens perfectly captures my current state of mind.

Gosh it’s hot suddenly I didn’t notice that the magnolia was budded out like that is that early or is that on time since when does grass grow that fast I really should have mowed the lawn yesterday but who knew it could grow that fast I had forgotten and oh my goodness that henbit is flowering I better pull it before it sets seed  hey are those dandelions in the lawn and what happened to all my crocus blooms they are gone already the forsythia is blooming isn’t there something I’m supposed to do when the forsythia bloom I really should cut back those spireas so they’ll bush up nice and it might help them recover from the drought geez it is getting kind of dry out here I should water all those violas I planted around the garden hold on violas I’m coming with some water I wonder if those bags of mulch will move themselves from the back patio to the front where I edged the beds maybe I should call someone to edge the backyard beds there are a lot more back there but I sure am glad I finally sowed seeds for lettuce and radishes I wonder if we’ll have more frost maybe this will be the year when we have the earliest last frost ever if I knew it was I could plant out the tomatoes except they are still just little seedlings right now this spring seems to be going by awfully fast wow those pink grape hyacinths sure are pretty.

Only on my end, replace magnolia with viburnum, radishes with carrots, and pink grape hyacinths with tulips.

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