Time for ABC Wednesday and the letter P! Thank you Mrs. Nesbitt, Roger and the whole ABC Team!
I love all the shades of purple that are growing in my yard right now. My lilac blooms are almost full.
Pansies and the ground cover have purple blooms.
I have the promise of more peonies this year than last.
More perennials that are purple.
And here’s my Bible Verse Card for the Letter P!
And on the subject of peace here are some words from the Prince of Peace, Jesus;
“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.” John 14:27
I’m continuing to enjoy a peaceful week at this old house. We had some very warm weather here on Monday. It reached 76 degrees in our town. Tuesday is another story. Hopefully I’ll be able to mow the lawn before the rain comes in.
Do you have promises of more blooms in your yard?
…that’s how I feel after having a wonderful time in Canada last night. When all of my senses come back on line I’ll share all about our time. Until then…
I love these sweet little flowers.
Sneak Peak on what was happening in Canada.
My yard busts out in all it’s pink glory in the Month of May. Get ready for pink overload. I’ll throw in some non-pink, too, just for some contrast.
The Rhododendron is the Washington State Flower. We have 4 mature plants in our yard. We added a new Rhoddy last year from our trip to the Rhododendron garden on Whidbey Island. When it blooms it should be yellow.
Here’s that little break from pink I was talking about. This is one of our dwarf Top Hat Blueberry bushes that can thrive in pots.
Our Rosemary bush is in full bloom. We use the fresh rosemary year round in cooking.
These pansies are still making me smile. I can see them from my kitchen window.
More proof that I have other flowers that aren’t pink in my yard and on my deck.
My Lenten Rose has gone mostly green at the end of it’s cycle.
My azaleas are full. This darker variety is in full bloom and the light pink has all budded and waiting to open up fully.
My Dogwood tree only has two blooms this season and my lilac has none. I’m wondering if I planted the lilac in a spot that is too shady…
Yes, my Dogwood tree when it blooms fully should also be a lovely blast of pink. Here’s hoping it thrives…
Hope you are thriving and enjoying Spring wherever you are and as not to forget our friends in the Southern Hemisphere you should be enjoying your Fall. Have a great weekend everyone.