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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

SPRING GARDEN

I am sharing photos of my garden today.Everything is starting to really pop out.This is a snowball bush-isn't it the most luscious thing you have ever seen?
The first azaela above is a Formosa, it gets huge. Can I just tell you how agravated I get at blogger for turning my photos after I edit them. The last azaela blooms in the spring and fall.I am joining Susan for OUTDOOR WEDNESDAY.

14 comments:

Jo said...

OH!...your yards and gardens are so beautiful,thanks for sharing, the snowball bush is fantastic, I wonder if they grow in southeast Georgia, I would love to have one of those.
~JO
Lazy on Loblolly

Donnie said...

I love that snowball bush and your yard is really blooming. Ours hasn't started much yet.

Tiffany said...

All your flowers are so pretty.

Mary said...

Your yard is so pretty. I can't wait until a few more weeks and maybe ours will look better.

Laura Wilkerson said...

So pretty! I love the snowball bush...that's what Big Momma called it :)

Kelly said...

I don't know that I've seen a snowball bush before. Kind of like a hydrangea? It's beautiful. Our azaleas are blooming, too.

Blogger has been giving me fits lately with photos and formatting! It's frustrating!

Pat said...

Love seeing your snowball bush. Mine is just starting to leaf out, I am alot further north. That azaela bush is very pretty, too.

Pat

Mrs. Trixi said...

Oh, how beatiful. I love your snowball. I hope to get one planted soon. It was neat to see that you live near Lena. We live about 3.5 miles South of Lena in Scott County. It's a small world.

Renee said...

Very pretty. My grandmother had snowball bushes. I want one, too.

The Polka Dot Closet said...

That snowball bush is unbelievable!! I hope you cut some blooms for your house!

Carol

xinex said...

Those are lovely, Vicky. I was just telling John that I want to plant snowballs in the yard....Christine

Lady Di Tn said...

How I love the south when the azaleas are in bloom, looks like spring in your part of the south. My snowball bush looks rather sickly next to the gorgeous one in your yard. I did cut it back last year. Maybe I got to clip happy. Peace

Theresa said...

I have never seen a snowball bush before. WoW that is amazing. I love your garden.

Peace, Love & Decorate
Theresa

Kathleen said...

That snowball bush is beautiful! Nothing in bloom yet except forsythia, they are always first. Spring is very late this year.
I thought I commented on this last night, but I don't see it!