We are nearing the time of year when all of South Georgia turns into fairyland.
The most humble homesteads turn into virtual bowers overrun with
wisteria, spiraea, azaleas, camellias, loropetalum and dogwoods.
Pink Pearl azalea behind a Sweet Shrub's tiny
brown fruity blossoms.
Spiraea in the near view; wads of contained wisteria in the distance.
Dogwoods are opening just ahead of most of the azaleas. Loropetalum is on the way out.
If you were here, we'd stroll through the Oval Lawn to examine every little sprout and shoot in the Upper Garden holding promises of late spring and early summer delights including hydrangeas.
I'll save the story of our Dogwoods for another post.