May Merriment . . .
Pulmonaria longifolia ‘Raspberry Splash’ Greets the First Day of May
Welcome beautiful, light-hearted, May. Named for the Greek goddess Maia, this is the month of springtime flowers. Fragrance, color, warmth and soft light; it seems each and every morning, when I step into the garden, something new awaits. It’s time for May merriment, and a season filled with fresh delights . . .
Possibly the Prettiest Yellow Ever: Narcissus cyclamineus ‘Lemon Silk’
Â Enjoying the Peak of Fragrant Delight from Viburnum x bodnantense ‘Dawn’
Â Narcissus ‘Ice Follies’ Catches the Morning Light
Â Helleborus x hybridus ‘Royal Heritage Strain’
One of the Most Popular Landscape Daffodils, Narcissus ‘Ice Follies’, Fills the Long, Meadow Border
Â I Keep Photographing the Bodnant Viburnum, Hoping to Somehow Capture its Fragrance. Oh, if Only!
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2 Replies to “May Merriment . . .”
Oh, if only M! But thanks for sharing anyway, they are so incredibly beautiful, (even if from a distance; ) xo D.
P.S. I see your “Please let me know about comments” box is still missing after the “Spring tune up”. Is this the new “normal” or merely a small oversight? (Meant to mention it sooner, but, you know how it goes in the Merry Month of May: )
Hi Deb, Hmm, that should not be the new normal. I will have to see what box didn’t get rechecked. We took everything down, and clearly forgot to put a few things back! Thank you for noticing. I’ll see if I can find the problem! xo M
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