Friday, April 15, 2016

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day April 2016

The northeast corner of Mississippi, USA, in the center of zone 7

The last Daffodil of the season

Apple Tree

Encore Azalea 'Autumn Beauty' blooms twice a year, Spring and Autumn.

Red Buckeye is a native plant of the southeastern United States
Red Buckeye attracts Hummingbirds! Our first Hummingbird appeared on March 29.

Wisteria (strong aroma attracts Butterflies and Bees)

Kerria japonica 'Pleniflora' (aka Easter Rose)

A hanging basket of Petunias (a recent purchase)

I am not sure of the name of this knee-high perennial. Can someone ID it for me?

Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!

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  1. Lea, it's all beautiful! I really find the apple blossoms lovely, as that's something we don't have here.

  2. Your photographs are lovely. The wisteria is so pretty I would love to have some again but it was always vine and no blossoms. Thanks for letting me enjoy yours. Your red buckeye is full of blooms and attracting hummingbirds already this spring. That's great.

  3. Wonderful apple blossoms. They make me remember an old song from my childhood, "Apple Blossom Time." Love the buckeye. I really need to add that to my garden.

  4. Gorgeous blossoms! I love the apple blossoms and azaleas are always a favorite. Enjoy your weekend!

  5. So envy you your hummingbirds. How I wish we had them here!

  6. Sure is a different zone than we live in!


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