Spring Flowers, Bulbs and Roses

Lots of flowers showed up earlier this year after I packed a dozen pots with bulbs to add to my front container garden.

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A lovely smelling gardenia, which alway reminds me of my sister’s wedding where they filled the air

 

 

 

 

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Grape hyacinth

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Columbine

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A budding tulip, which I always find hard to grow

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About 40 percent of them bloomed, but what vibrant colors

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This was my favorite

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Little daffodils

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Out at the cemetery rose garden, the old-world roses were abundant. These types are from before hybridization with asian roses we are familiar with, they only bloom once a year

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A sunset rose

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This was a climbing variety

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All the way up the tree

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Another old climbing rose

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Fluffy

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A flourishing yellow rise with fregrance

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Flax in the native flower garden

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And california lilac trees, or ceanouthus

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Their petals collected on the graves

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Up next week – stupefying vistas of wildflowers from Table Mountain

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One Response to Spring Flowers, Bulbs and Roses

  1. Mary says:

    What gorgeous flowers! I wish my bulbs would have flowered as well as yours did.

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