The Year of Moving Forward

The Year of Moving Forward
At our 4 person wedding reception in DC

Friday, March 23, 2007


Today is gardening day at Jonesboro, so I am just going to post these pictures of what is blooming this morning at the house. Come join us (see Thursday's post for details).

I did not plant this, but it shows up each spring. I never did take the time to identify it. Who knows?

Wisteria grows all over the back yard. It smells great and looks beautiful, but creates a mess of seeds and husks in the fall, and sprouts up and spreads everywhere.

We just have a few tulips here and there.

This is a double flowering dwarf almond.

These are late bloomers, just opened up a day or two ago.

1 comment:

Christine McIntosh said...

Are the wee blue jobs not bluebells? they look like that to me. Sweet smell, grow from bulbs about the size of a cherry? Multiply when you're not looking? Ours won't be flowering for at least a couple of weeks, maybe more - but today was a gardening day for us here, with wall-to-wall sun which is just setting (6pm)