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A Bloom in June

 

June Spirea

We are enjoying a very warm and sunny Sunday today.   I am happy to report that all 4 baby groundhogs and  their Mommy have been relocated.   We can get back to planting and sprucing our garden up for a garden tour in two weeks.     I thought I would show you the Bridlewreath Spirea again.   It is so pretty out at the front of the house.    Wishing you a wonderful week.   Valerie

I will be joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.   Hope to see you there. 

Comments

Crafty Gardener said…
Lovely mosaic. The bridlewreath spirea is wonderful to see this year, seems all the bushes are loaded with blooms.
eileeninmd said…
Beautiful flowers, I am happy to hear your groundhogs were relocated. They can really terrorize a garden. I have a few here I would like to have relocated, do you want the job?
One shrub I've never had Val; I'm sooo enjoying yours. I always think they do look like lace.
Were you able to trap the groundhogs after all?
Judigh
Carol said…
Such beautiful flowers! Looks so lovely with the flowers by the walk!
Mary said…
Oh so pretty! We have a family of groundhogs in our backyard, but they never seem to bother the plantings and are content with the lawn...

The deer take care of the plantings. :(
Snap said…
The spirea is gorgeous. Happy to hear about the groundhog family (and bet you are, too). Good luck with the garden tour.
That bush has really outdone itself! That white is blinding it's so bright! BEAUTIFUL!!! ♥
Vee said…
Four of them and a mama? Oh my! They must have been wreaking havoc.

I love bridalwreath and hope to have some one day. Beautiful mosaic.
Gorgeous spirea and I'm so glad the groundhogs were set to a new home out of your garden :)
Great mosaic. I love bridal wreath spirea, it reminds me of a bride bouquet for some reason. Yah on the visitor finding a new home.
Teagarden said…
Great photo's thanks for sharing!
Have a great week,
Best regards,
Markus
Anonymous said…
Your Spirea is lovely. Have a great week.
Sue :o)
Mary said…
I look forward to the profusion of blooms on my bridalwreath every spring! Lovely mosaic!
bj said…
A beautiful mosaic. Thanks for sharing these lovely blooms.
Diann said…
What a pretty mosaic. Beautiful photos. Have a wonderful day!
Pondside said…
Beautiful! I planted one of these last year and it's put on a respectable display this year - but it has a long way to go to catch up with yours!
Val said…
Your mosaic is just wonderful - gorgeous pix! How do you do that? Is there somewhere I can 'go' to learn how to do a mosaic/collage?
Lynne said…
Beautiful mosaic!

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