Friday, May 4, 2018

EARLY MAY IN THE GARDEN


It is early May in the Missouri
garden which means the 95 degree
weather isn't here yet - so let's
enjoy this sweetness in the air.


There is the promise of things
yet to come and blossom:




There is a return of
some flowers and bulbs...


There is the joy of
a first bouquet:




There are live bunnies to
contend with as they
bite off the tulips and
leave them on the ground.
I'm glad Mr. Peter Rabbit
is better behaved than they are:











Oh, the joys of spring!



12 comments:

ellen b. said...

Such a lovely time of year in your garden.

Michele said...

OH, Bernideen! Your garden is so beautiful!!!!

Just starting to bloom around here, finally!!!

Hugs.

Curtains in My Tree said...


Oh my gosh look how many flowers you have already
they are just beautiful
i hope to really work in my yard in a couple weeks when on vacation

Louca por porcelana said...

WOW!What a stunning garden!How adorable!Have a lovely weekend!

Beth said...

So pretty! Love the patch of forget-me-nots!

Linda Baker said...

Such a soft loveliness in your garden.
The bouquet seems to announce spring's arrival and the poem is adorable.

Margie said...

What a charming garden! I love the cute statues.

Marilyn Miller said...

Spring gardens are the best. Lovely!

UTKANE Z PASJI said...

Your garden and animals are beautiful.I love flowers and greenery....and fabric, sewing...and tea:))) Have a nice day Dear:))

Agnieszka Krawczyk said...

Absolutely stunning and very magical garden. Love it!!!! Amazing white fence, amazing sculptures even amazing feeder. I am impressed. :)))) and...also amazing photos. <3

[email protected] Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Such beauty in your garden, Bernideen! Also, you mentioned in your latest post about how we enjoy bird watching as we get older...how true that is! Maybe we appreciate their beauty and we take the time to notice.

BarberryLane Designs said...

How very lovely---I've had to be away from the computer---trying to get our poor yard cleaned up. I'm hoping anywhere in my yard will look half this good....simply LOVELY!