Spring Sprouts

I was walking around the gardens yesterday being totally overwhelmed by all the work I have to do. I guess it is just one day at a time. This is my Fall Flowering Cherry.

Day 1.

Day 2.

Everything is budding out now.

I love English Walking Sticks and have them planted all over the place here.

The Hellebores are in full bloom.

I also have them in purple.

Persian Ivy

The garden door with the sun behind it.

A better look.

You have to be careful where you step this time of the year because things are popping up everywhere. I have roofers coming soon to do work and I know they will trample everything around the main house.

A bigger shot of the Fall Flowering Cherry.

The phlox is ready to put on a show.

The angel is free from snow.

Viburnum and dogwood.

Time for someone to loose the winter coat!


If only you could wave your magic wand and have all the garden work done!
Pricilla said…
I so adore cherry trees...aaaah.

I'm making Italian buttercream as I type. Or perhaps I should say JJ is. The meringue is meeting the sugar syrup and I just have to add the butter. Mmmmmm
Guillaume said…
Strange to see those pictures on a snowy background.
LOVED seeing the garden....love those english walking sticks ...

all the plants look beautiful...i have flowering cherries too...so pretty in the garden...

teddy looks adorable....

looks like SPRING is here....
Wonderful macro shots! Japanese Cherry is one of my favorites.

I love my visits to your gardens!

Thank you for sharing!

xoxo to "Teddy Bunny".
greekwitch said…
Teddy s fur looks spectacular. Your spring pictures are wonderful. And making syrop with flavour for my tea is my first priority for tomorrow morning. I think I will use orange and lemon peel and then add it to the tea. I ll tell you if I nail it! Blessings.
~ Jayne ~ said…
The Persian Ivy is exquisite!
Teresa said…
Beautiful pictures! Everything looks so lovely decorated for spring.
TMCPhoto said…
It's felt like Spring is taking her time in arriving this year. If it wasn't for the cherry blossoms. Everything else requires a closer look right now
So much to see! I love the walking stick. Thank you for the excellent tour. I will passing through again tomorrow with my cup of morining coffee. I really love the character of your garden. The gate is inviting! I love stained glass.
petoskystone said…
handsome hellebore! hope the workmen merely trample & not kill.
Mina said…
Oh Jaz, I love these photos! You have such a beautiful property and those garden doors are stunning!
Such beautiful pictures... your property is magical :)
Suzie said…
Teddy looks so darn cute, once again guarding through the fence!

You are in the zone with your new camera now! Your photos are looking fantastic! Gorgeous blooms!