Saturday, 15 April 2017

Easter Garden

Euphorbia cyparissias

  Erythronium 'pagoda'

Dicentra spectabilis - now reclassified as Lamprocapnos spectabilis - bleeding hearts

Erythronium revolutum 'White Beauty'

❖Enjoy the weekend break❖ 

35 comments:

  1. Hello Rosemary, I thought that England was supposed to be rainy and foggy, yet all your beautiful flower photos are drenched with sunshine. We have been having a cold and rainy spring--the one day the sun was out the temperature shot to almost 40C--a preview of Summer!
    --Jim

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    1. Hello Jim - I can't remember when it last rained so we must be due some soon - the weather is great at the moment and long may it last.

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  2. A lovely collection of flowers that would grace any botanical establishment. A happy colourful Easter to you.

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    1. Is it happy walking over Easter for you Bob? whatever, have a lovely weekend.

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  3. Sensational Rosemary. Each and everyone of your photos a masterpiece.

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    1. Lovely to have you safely back with us again Gina♡

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  4. Lovely spring photos! It is interesting to see what you have blooming right now. What fun to hunt for Easter eggs in that gorgeous garden. ;-)

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    1. Sadly no Easter eggs in the garden Catherine but I will make a chocolate pudding for tomorrow

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  5. Happy Easter to you. A few years ago my husband hid Easter eggs for me and we had a huge rain storm and they all about floated away.

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  6. Lovely photos and Happy Easter to you, too, Rosemary!
    Margaret P

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    1. Happy Easter to you too Margaret - we are celebrating this evening with your nut-roast, looking foward to trying it as it smells delicious.

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  7. Happy Easter, Rosemary! I am SO hungry to see beautiful Spring flowers. It's snowing here today.

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    1. Happy Easter to you too Debra - I can't believe you have snow! - SNOW SNOW GO AWAY QUICKLY - PLEASE

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  8. Lovely, lovely flowers that speak of spring, hope and Easter! Enjoy your weekend!

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    1. Thank you very much Lorrie - hope you have a happy family time this Easter too.

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  9. Dear Rosemary,
    I wish you happy Easter too! Thanks for sharing these beautiful garden pictures. I especially like your Erythroniums. I have never heard of or seen Erythroniums before, but think they look very beautiful.
    Best wishes,
    Lisa

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    1. Dear Lisa - Erythroniums come in several shades including pink - they are a native woodland plant from north America. Have a lovely Easter weekend.

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  10. Hello Rosemary,

    Your garden looks beautiful. I wish you and your family a very Happy Easter.

    Helen xx

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    1. Thank you Helen - happy Easter to you too♡

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  11. Oh how beautiful are your flowers Rosemary - blossoms and lilies lovely, but the blue forget-me-nots and lime green euphorbia are what caught my eye - I love both so much.

    Easter blessings to you and your family.

    Mary x

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    1. It is a lovely time of the year isn't it Mary? Enjoy a lovely Easter Sunday Mary and Bob

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  12. Dear Rosemary,

    How very beautiful your Easter garden is - love all the pretty flowers, forget- me-nots, blossom, and Spring is such a wonderful time of the year.
    Happy Easter to you and your family
    hugs
    Carolyn

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    1. Wishing the same Easter wishes to you too Carolyn - have a lovely day♡

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  13. Beautiful Rosemary, so pretty.
    Happy Easter.

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    1. Enjoy today Margaret hopefully with all your family

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  14. A Happy Easter to you too in your lovely garden!

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    1. Thank you - hope the sun is shinning on you this Easter Sunday

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  15. Beautiful flowers! Happy Easter.

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    1. Easter greetings to you too Marie and thank you for visiting

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  16. Hello, Rosemary. I can’t help but feel joyous to see these cheerful, powerful blooms in your garden. You nicely captured their energy to live and beauty as always. Is the sixth image cherry blossoms or any other blossoms of fruit tree? They look like multiple-petaled mountain cherry blossoms which come out with reddish leaves at the same time. I like the white lily with forget-me-nots at its foot.

    Yoko

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    1. Hello Yoko - yes, you are right it is an ornamental cherry tree not a fruit tree - the blossom always reminds me of ballet dancers tutus. The little white lily grows wild in the forests of north America but here it is a garden plant, it is very pretty.

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  17. Beautiful, Rosemary. I hope you had a wonderful Easter. We did here in North Carolina. Family and friends are so important - especially during these turbulent times. My grandson said on Friday, "The Easter bunny is coming to my house." And he was right. :)

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    1. So pleased that the Easter bunny came visiting - how lovely is that

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  18. Your Easter garden looks wonderful Rosemary! Did any of your family manage to visit over Easter and enjoy seeing it too? Sarah x

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