annuals, azaleas, garden design, gardens, historic preservation, lilacs, May, peonies, Restoration, rhododendrons, Spring
in a single week!
I was out of town for ten days and my how the plants have grown. Tulip season has drawn to a close. The tree peonies that Edith and Elizabeth planted are almost done blooming (the heat today and tomorrow will finish them off). The herbaceous peonies are growing leaps and bounds and some will open any day now.
The Viburnum burkwoodii and lilacs are filling the garden with intoxicating scent.
The Rhododendron are beginning to show off.
I am planting our summer annuals and perennials. I hope that the heat and the sun makes them grow big and strong! Lobularia maritima in the Drying Garden smells like honey.
And I have a few seedlings growing in pots that will fill in the Flower Garden and Drying Garden later this month.
Our next Open Garden is on May 14th–Mother’s Day. Come visit the garden with family and enjoy the beauty and peace that the garden brings.