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Mid May Bliss

Today was such a beautiful day here.  You just wanted to stay outside and enjoy as much of it as possible.  It seems the plants are happy too as they are in a hurry to bloom this year.  I worry that in the middle of June I will have nothing left to show.   It will take some thinking to plant some pretty annuals to fill in the gaps.   Today's mosiac is a collection of plants that are blooming now.   I am sure if you check out Mary's Place at DearLittleRedHouse that you will find more inspiring mosiacs to make your week.   Have a great week.



Comments

Debbie said…
Well I do not blame you for sharing these gorgeous flowers now...they never last that long. Happy Monday to you!
Pondside said…
What a lovely collection. I've always wanted a quince - maybe this year.
I can imagine your May weather - we used to live in Newmarket and drove past your town nearly every day.
Dishesdone said…
Such pretty blooms! It's such a gorgeous time of year! Enjoyed your mosaic!
32˙North said…
Hi Valerie,

So many of your blossom are new to me, being so far south of you. They are absolutely beautiful and what a bonus, too, if they are all perennials!

Amanda
Traci said…
So pretty! Love that bleeding heart!
I was gardening most of today too Val. Love your colourful mosaic.
Judith
What a beautiful mosaic. The weather was wonderful today and I am hopefull it stays for the rest of the week. Have a great week as well:)
ellen b said…
Valerie the blooms in your mosaic are wonderful! Love it!!
Rettabug said…
Isn't Spring just wonderful?? Everywhere I look, I want to use my camera. Such beautiful flowers!! Lovely mosaic & thanks for labeling them, too. nice touch!
What a gorgeous selection of flowers!
Valerie, Thank you so much for visiting my garden on Bloom Day and leaving a lovely comment! Your collage is gorgeous! Happy Gardening! Pam
bj said…
The flowers are gorgeous. Love this pretty mosaic...
Yvonne said…
Hello Valerie,
Thank you for vsiting my blog. I am delighted to see that you are a fellow pond builder - isn't it fantastic the way that nature arrives the moment we create a natural pool of water. The frogs are very charming - in my case too many and very noisy at the moment, but nothing to be done about that. We also have a newt but he stays too deep for me to photograph him. Happy springtime!
Y
Jo said…
A few years ago I decided that I will start planting perennials in my garden to rid myself of the work of replanting every spring. My son and Daughter-in-law gave me a beautiful rose bush a few years ago and it is the joy of my garden. It blooms all summer long. Have a great week.
Crafty Gardener said…
Lovely blooms for May. It certainly was a gorgeous day yesterday, spent most of it outside.
EG Wow said…
It was a perfect day, wasn't it? I like your cheerful colours in this mosaic!
Wendy said…
Your flowers are lovely. I really like the quince. I wonder if it would grow in our zone? You are probably pretty cold in the winter, yes?

I hope you have another beautiful day!
Jenni said…
Wow! So glad you stopped by my blog and now I am able to pay you a visit. A lovely lovely blog and delightful photo's! Your mosaic today is very inspiring, I think your picture of the quince is my favorite.
Olga said…
What a colorful mosaic. Those are great shots.
eileeninmd said…
Lovely blooms and I see you have some of my favorites. I love the bleeding heart. Beautiful flower mosaic!
Virginia Sar said…
Hi Valerie, your mosaic is wonderfull. You have a precious garden!
Have a nice day.
Virginia
Carolyn said…
I love your mosaic!

Thanks for letting me know about the link problem at Mary's.

Carolyn
xinex said…
Your flowers are gorgeous, Valerie!..Christine
Diana said…
just lovely! My favorite is the flower on the bottom right. I have never seen one like that. Thank you for visiting my blog and you comment. ~Diana
Georgianna said…
Beautiful mosaic and an incredible array of colors! That is a LOT to be blooming all at once. Thanks for your visit! :) – g
LDH said…
Very pretty! I had to click and enlarge the mosaic to see the names of a few plants as they are not familiar to me. Very lovely!

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