Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day April 2009: Bulbs, Shrubs, Trees and More in Bloom in New Jersey









































































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9 comments:

jo said...

Hello there,
It is mainly the lovely little pink violets that caught my eye.

I have them in various shades of blue and purple, white and maroon, but have never seen a pink one.

Any idea what they are officially called? Other than little pink violets :-)

Rose said...

Beautiful blooms! I love the pulmonaria--I really must plant one (or two).

cndymkr / jean said...

Great flowers, maybe spring really is coming.

Chef E said...

Your flowers and garden sound gorgeous. I attended a workshop with Isle.org, and am a chef that now is teaching culinary/cooking classes to teens and college level, and helping with awareness for sustainable gardening for these inner city kids.

I miss having my own yard since I moved here from Texas, but look forward to getting my hands back in the dirt!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I love the pulmonaria too. I can't seem to get it to grow here. I also like the witch hazel. Happy GBBD.

Alchymist said...

BEAUTIFUL!!! Thank you so much for sharing....

heirloomgardener said...

Jo,

I don't remember the name of those pink violets. They were a free gift that Select Seeds included in one of my orders years ago.

-Heirloom Gardener

heirloomgardener said...

Lisa,

That's not a witch hazel, but a wild Cornelian Cherry Dogwood. Thanks for stopping by!

-Heirloom Gardener

lynn'sgarden said...

What a great show of spring in your garden..I love the bluebells..another plant to add to my wish list. Enjoy this beautiful day in NJ.

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