Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – Painting Renee Style

It’s not that there isn’t color in my yard already. It’s just that most of it is green right now. Don’t get me wrong. After a long Chicago winter, green is good.

For example, these sedum are green, and that’s good. I sure wouldn’t want them to be brown at this point.

And this daffodil. . . . → Read More: Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – Painting Renee Style

Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – Buckets Of Bulbs Planted In December Are Blooming

Morning snow flurries are not enough to stop an afternoon gardener. After all, it is April and I am itching to get outside. I need to see what is trying to bloom for Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day. I need to finish getting those grasses cut down. I need to plant the Pansies. I need. I . . . → Read More: Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – Buckets Of Bulbs Planted In December Are Blooming

Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – Planting Bulbs In December

My gosh, yesterday was December 14th and I was outside taking pictures without a jacket and it was painless. Painless until I saw this. Disclaimer: A very graphic and disturbing photograph follows. Please do not share this with overly sensitive gardeners. I take no responsibility for their nightmares at a time when sugarplums should be . . . → Read More: Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – Planting Bulbs In December

Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – Spring In God’s Garden

Spring shows what God can do with a drab and dirty world. ~Virgil A. Kraft

I bring you the beauty He has brought to the garden I tend.

Candytuft

Coral Bells

PJM Rhododendron

Lungwort

Red tulips and pansies

Senetti Blue Bicolor (annual)

Pachysandra

Hyacinths

Pansies

. . . → Read More: Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – Spring In God’s Garden

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