Sunday, April 23, 2006

What's blooming?

Here's a quick little walk around the front yard to see a few plants that were blooming this morning.... Enjoy! Salvia A stargazer lily that I dropped in the ground last year... Hibiscus I have no clue what this is, but it's pretty... "Spooky mix" Dianthus with ice plant... Rose Gardenia I'm not sure what these are, but wow... they spread and go nuts! Tomato... almost ready! Jasmine - Wow... you ought to smell these....

8 comments:

TamWill said...

Oh my how gorgeous!

I have a lil bit of envy...my gardenia and hibiscus have not bloomed one bud yet :(

I want a stargazer now!

Angie said...

I am so jealous that you have tomatoes almost ready! They won't be ready around these parts for a while.

Gorgeous flowers!

W. J. St. Christopher said...

Oh, I'd love to come sit in your garden! It's incredible that you have so much blooming, already. And a Stargazer!!!

I think your yellow flower might be Coreopsis. I had masses of it a few years ago.

We're having high heat and drought conditions here, so I don't expect to see much of anything. I do have one hibiscus in bloom, though. Small favors!

Thanks for sharing your lovely garden!

David said...

we only have daffodils so far - having just gotten free of our last snow!

Carmi said...

They're all gorgeous. Just the thing to look at when you're recovering from surgery.

Thanks for sharing them with us. Just lovely!

T. said...

I work in a greenhouse to help stave off the winter blues. You have a beautiful garden. I am very envious. Around my parts the trees are just starting to bud. Everything is very brown!

utenzi said...

Michele sent me.

Wow. You're way ahead of us in NC with those tomatoes. I've not even gotten any of my pepper and tomato plants outside yet.

I just love jasmine and gardenia. I don't have any in my yard but I really should. Like you say, the scents are just so wonderful.

Caralyn said...

hey there guppy, glad the wifey is doing so well. =) as for your garden pics, absolutely fabulous, i believe the fourth one down from top is called a columbine... very pretty flower. i yanked one up in the mountains last year when we were camping, was purple.... it lived and rooted in a jar for 3 months, soon as i put back into dirt ... it died, go figure lol. but its a beautiful flower, do a search on columbine, i'll bet you find your flower .... just thought i'd help ya out, im almost positive its columbine.. see ya later....