SECRETS of a SEED SCATTERER: Seeds, Cuttings, Divisions, Tubers, Bulbs -- growing in the Coastal South.
Beautiful post! I love your daffs..so gorgeous..and yay..I have ice follies too..I truly adore them...so pretty. I am still snow covered but look forward to them in the months ahead!Gorgeous photos! I havent been garden bloggin much the past year...but still love to pop in and see everyones spaces! It has been lovely visiting your space again..beautiful photos.Happy March
Great post. Beautiful daffs. I'm partial to the Ice Follies. Everything is nicing up there. Have a great day.
Beautiful natural looking setting....oh the weeds, I know what you mean!
Your daffodils are beautiful, but I just love the little violas. Your last line - so much to see I can't show you it all, so much to do I don't get to it all - is well said.
Beautiful Jean! Mine are quite a few weeks from blooming.
Wow, all of them are beautiful yellows. No matter what they are! But i love most that pansy, why is it only one?
Neil Jean,'The pansy in the larkspur is lovely! Your daffodils are really looking great. Many of my new dafs have not poked out yet, hope they didn't rot on me.
The little pansies/violas are only one to the plant because they are baby seedlings, newly come up and starting to bloom. Today there were several more plants with a blossom and one had 2 blooms!--Nell Jean
Oh, I so needed these cheery blooms, as we're getting yet. more. snow. Unbelievable, this winter has been. Daffodils, however, can lift the heaviest of hearts.
So you do have those obnoxious weeds, henbit and chickweed. I think my henbit has actually killed out the chickweed.I need a new attitude toward henbit....I will regard it as groundcover. It will make life so much easier.I could never get California poppies to grow here or corydalis.That little viola is beautiful.
Good morning Sweetie! I awarded you "The Stylish Bloggers Award" over at my blog - do come by for a visit! Have a great day!!
What happy little volunteer pansies...don't you just love them?
Ah weeds, we all have them. The key is to not overlook the lovely flowers and focus on the weeds that need pulled.
I look forward to comments and questions and lively discussion of gardening and related ideas.