Yesterday and today we've been working in the yard adding cypress mulch, weeding and doing Spring maintenance.
The weather has been so warm for the last week or so, and almost everything is in bloom here in Georgia. While I was taking a break, I took a few photos. Hope you enjoy them.
This is an American dogwood we planted as a twig in 2001. It didn't bloom for several years, but look at her now.
This blossom is from a wild dogwood in the side yard.
The first blooms this year from Madame Alfred Carriere climbing rose...partially open...
...and here fully open...
...and Deutzia gracillis...sorry, I don't know the common name for it. If you know please email me, 'cause I always get funny looks when I give the botanical names for plants.
Thanks for visiting my garden...actually, it's more a yard than a garden, but somehow garden sounds so much nicer.
I'm going now to put my feet up. My legs are sore from weeding, planting and putting out the mulch.
Hope you have a great Sunday.
Joining The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sunday.