Sunday, April 16, 2006

My Easter Garden

I haven't been working in my front garden, so it's pretty ragged, but here's what was blooming on this sunny Easter Sunday: daffodils, grape hyacinths, brunnera, and just a few bleeding hearts.

The brunnera is shockingly invasive (see how it's crept in among the grape hyacinths?) but it blooms for a good six weeks, making delightful clouds of sky-blue flowers that look just like forget-me-nots. It's one of my favorite plants.

I hope all of you who celebrate Easter had a lovely day.


jel said...

morning Brenda,
hope you had agood sunday!

cool pictures

take care!

Becca said...

Bee-you-tee-full flowers! :)

Macromoments said...

Brenda, this is my first visit (I found you linked to Terry's blogsite). Loved your flower photos, and I have to say I'm impressed by anyone who can remember the names of what's growing in the yard. I finally learned the name of that purple stuff--grape hyacinths. Thanks! :-) Blessings, Bonnie

Brenda Coulter said...

Janice and Becca, it's good to "see" you both.

Bonnie, thanks for checking out my blog and for taking the time to say hi. Since you clicked over from Terry's, you might find this post amusing.