I snapped a few pictures while walking the garden today and thought I would share a few spring flowers! In this post you will also find Hosta Guacamole.
The above picture is Hosta Guacamole, this is after the hail storm we had on Tuesday morning and Tuesday afternoon. We had a thunder-storm that lasted 40 minutes that brought nickel size hail. Then again that afternoon we had another thunder-storm that lasted 35 minutes that also brought hail but was ping-pong ball size. All of my hosta look like this, it made me sick because hosta do not re-grow their leaves but once a year in the spring.
Enjoy your evening!
Check out the beautiful photo of my Walnut board that was taken by Aubrey Jenkins!
Handcrafted Walnut Cutting Boards
The above photo was taken by Aubrey Jenkins, check out her website, Drum Beets
Early this morning I could count the number of blooms on my creeping phlox. Our temperatures today reached nearly 80 degrees and by 5:00 this evening it is now in full bloom. My Creeping Phlox is very beautiful this year! Do you grow Creeping Phlox?
The bumble bees were hovering all around but I just couldn’t get a good picture!! This is the first of our spring blooms, isn’t it beautiful?!! Spring is finally here this Friday, I am certainly ready for warmer weather!
I hope you have a beautiful spring! What is blooming in your garden? What is your favorite spring flower?
Click image to find out more about my handcrafter ice cream scoop!
It’s Saturday afternoon and we have the most beautiful weather! It’s sunny, clear sky’s and 79 degrees F.
Everything is blooming and they are absolutely beautiful this year. I wanted to share a few pictures!
Viburnum Opulus Common Snowball Bush
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It’s a beautiful, spring morning on the mountain. The high yesterday reached 60 degrees and we finally have a few spring flowers!
I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!
Be sure to spend time with those you love!