Posts Tagged ‘blooms

02
Jun
17

This & that…

I seem to flit about, I imagine you’ve noticed, between the wild lands and the garden this time of year. The flowers are emerging in all their splendor while the rivers and lakes beckon. I go through this in the Fall when the gardening is winding down and the fly fishing is good. So, I will be posting flowers and nature’s habitat along the way.

12
May
17

fanciful…

11
Jul
16

flourishing…

clematis, fuchsia, SwittersBThe garden is booming with blooms this year. The flowers have many more blooms and are considerably taller. It seems the upkeep has doubled as well.

12
Jun
16

Contrasting colors in the garden…

In the backyard, along the garage wall, there is a prolific blooming clematis called Polish Princess….emerging from behind the clematis is a volunteer plant that is quite pretty…but I don’t know the actual name of the plant…probably quite common I bet/you’ll let me know no doubt. The contrast of deep purple and bright yellow against the garage wall is a colorful splash I enjoy seeing this time of year. The clematis will bloom until late Summer, but the yellow beauty will be done by mid Summer.

purple clematis, yellow flower, backyard garden, SwittersB

Peruvian Day Lily perhaps??

01
Jun
16

Beauty in many forms…

our roses-collage-backyard-SwittersB-2

12
May
16

Everyday can offer a surprise…

they all seem roll along, one same day after another…yet, each in their own way offer unique opportunities….

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02
May
16

bunches of blooms…

Normally, I zoom in on individual blooms to show the intricate beauty of the flower. Right now the backyard is coming alive with Clematis & Roses. The Fuchsia & Hydrangea are coming soon. I put together a collage of just a few blooming plants. I am excited for beauty about to explode into view. It is unfortunate that I am going to be laid low for several months due to a surgery. Mobility will be limited. But, as time and energy allows, I will try to capture some of the beauty I fantasized about all Winter long. Such is life…the ebb & flow.

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