Dogwoods in Bloom

 I have dogwoods all over the gardens.

 And they are beautiful when they bloom.

 My poppies are still blooming too.

 Teddy checks out the newly planted yarrow.

 This is the Japanese Maple that split a few years ago from the heavy snow.  It is thriving and doing very well.

 These cathedral roses are spreading all over the garden.

 I am still planting the lower vegetable garden.

 I have about 15 different tomato varieties.

 Cucumbers and beans will hopefully climb this trellis.

 Fennel is planted next to them.

 I over planted peppers and eggplants.  Well, I guess that remains to be seen depending on how many I get.

 The celery seems to shoot up an inch a day.

 There are lots of serviceberries too but I doubt I will get to them before the birds.  They taste much like blueberries.

 Though the grapes were not looking too good, they are now thriving.

 This Toadflax has planted itself along the side of the guest house along with Violets and Lily of the Valley. I love when my grounds garden themselves.

 More self planted Herbavores.

 The Katsuras are quite something.  These are the trees that give off the scent of cotton candy.

 We got a tiny bit of rain and the Hostas drank it in.

 The Weeping Beech is almost totally open.

 The faithful pup waits for me to return to the upper garden.

 My potted garden continues to grow and yes, I have to water it daily.

The lettuce is finally growing and I can't wait for the first salad.

Comments

Magnificent Katsuras!
Nellie said…
Great gardening!
Fanrastic yard for magick, fairies, gnomes and witches! With all of the lovely flowers, trees and plants, they can all hide from prying human eyes :)
OOPS!!! That should be "FANTASTIC"!!!
MandaBurms said…
Isn't the internet grand! I can see you planting out your summer garden as here in Southern Hemisphere we are planting out our winter garden. LOVE it!
Laurie said…
I hope everyone clicks on the photos, they're even more lovely then!
Patty Woodland said…
Spring has sprung!
I so want dog wood in my garden but they don't survive here but I do have serviceberries, I never get any though, the birds take them befiore they ripe :-) To bad really, I do like them :-) But they haven't even started to flower here yet :-)

Your garden looks beautiful and Your vegetable garden is impressive! I have two kinds of tomatoes and one kind of bellpepper this year :-)

Nova is in bad shape and I don't know what's wrong, sha can barely walk and I think it's her back. All vets I rang to when I came home said I just should wait until tomorrow to see if she gets worse or better. She's slightly better this evening so I hope we can take a walk tomorrow morning.

Have a great day!
Christer.
Laura said…
I love your garden posts. We've had rain, rain and more rain. I would have happily shared, but now the sun is out and I'm happy.
hugs to Teddy
blessings
~*~
Guillaume said…
Glad I can see some green. Here it looks so grey.
Your garden is beautiful--the dogwood is my favorite tree
TARYTERRE said…
Loving the sound of your Katsuras trees. Anything that smells like cotton candy has to be fantastic.
luckybunny said…
Beautiful, and those Katsuras smell like cotton candy? WOW. Your garden is way ahead of mine in growth, still too cold here at night for anything to get really excited.
Barb said…
The gardens look beautiful. We have a bush that split. We thought we would loose it but after two years, it is beautiful!!Quite the surprise.
So lush, green and bountiful.
An amazing garden. I like your garden helper too.
xx
julie
yes, water daily. thank you.
Teddy has the cutest little hinny!!
The dogwood blooms are just beautiful..the thing IS, your yard is just going to more beautiful as the season goes on. Our weather has been fantastic here..AND we got rain..wait! Did I already tell you that? I get really excited about rain! :)
jody said…
beautiful gardens and its a good thing you have teddy to watch over it all for you!