Late March Musings: Welcoming Spring

March 25th, 2013 § 2 comments

Springtime in the Secret Garden ⓒ 2012 Michaela Medina Harlow - thegardenerseden My Secret Garden Path, Fragrant with Woodland Phlox (P. divaricata), in April of Last Year

Somewhere, beneath the melting snow, the garden is stirring; restless to feel the sweet kiss of springtime sunshine . . .

Have only just returned from my travels  —busy downloading photos and editing stories to share— but wanted to pause for a moment to say hello and welcome the fresh new season. Welcome Spring. Won’t you drop your cold shoulder and show us a little tenderness?

Spring Along the Secret Garden Path ⓒ Michaela Medina Harlow - thegardenerseden.comSecret Garden Steps in Springtime

Garden Design and Installation: Michaela Medina Harlow

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§ 2 Responses to Late March Musings: Welcoming Spring"

  • Deb Weyrich-Cody says:

    Your Scilla and Grape Hyacinth give such a lovely tumbled effect (and a great pick-me-up, thank you: ) So, how many years has it taken to get to, for me at least, this point of perfection?

  • Michaela says:

    Thank you, Deb. Yes, it has required a decade-long commitment to establish this part of my garden. I’m so glad I got an early start on this part, while construction was still on-going around back! So worth the effort, to have that little garden oasis of calm during the storm ;) xo M

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