Late May Garden






14 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by manyhahama1955 on May 24, 2019 at 1:32 pm

    Beauty abounds! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Thank you, manyhahama!


  3. Posted by Libby Stark on May 24, 2019 at 7:14 pm

    With every act of love you do today, you weave one more golden thread in the blanket that will warm you tomorrow…

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  4. Thanks, Libby, what a lovely sharing.


  5. Reblogged this on dreamweaver333.

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  6. Posted by RJ in Truckee on May 25, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    Thank you for sharing. I am inspired by your gardening and hope to be able to create something in my future home. ❤

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  7. I was just thinking of your future home. ❤


  8. Posted by RJ in Truckee on May 25, 2019 at 3:33 pm

    Aw thank you Laura. ❤ Have a lovely weekend.

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  9. Posted by Kieron on May 25, 2019 at 10:56 pm

    While most of the bulbs I planted last fall did not come up, or only had leaves to show for my effort (side-eye to the squirrels…), a few yellow daffodils bloomed next to orange tulips that I definitely did not plant, but these, combined with pale purple/pink blooms of wild geranium (Geranium maculata) that has been around awhile, proved to be a lovely combo that I will try to replicate. The geranium leaves stay green all summer and will hide the withered bulb leaves, then turn red at first frost.

    Must be that faery gardener I hear about from time to time, mixing and matching. 🙂 Or maybe the SDN (squirrel distribution network).

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  10. Oh, that sounds gorgeous, Kieron!


  11. Laura your garden looks lovely, so full of colour, I was out all morning trying to straighten out our home garden, I lifted a load of spent tulips and my back took a toll, so went to bed for a couple of hours to rest..
    My energy is not as it once was.. Yet my mind still thinks I can keep going.. LOL.. So now I sit and try once again to catch up with friends..
    Something I know I will never completely do, 🙂 but here I am at last..
    Its been ages since I did a gardening blog post, but some photos are in the camera awaiting being uploaded, and who knows I may get around to updating Dreamwalkers Garden this weekend.. 🙂
    I hope you are both well.. 🙂
    Enjoy your mid week…
    Love and Hugs ❤

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  12. Thank you, Sue. Your garden posts are always lovely! I hope your back feels better soon. I understand about overdoing it. That’s partly why we opted for me to have a much smaller garden here than in Goshen. I keep sneaking things into it, but mostly, it’s flowers with some greens and herbs.

    With all the groundhogs — and they just keep replacing each other even after being relocated — it’s just not worth the effort to try growing squash … and our growing season’s so short here that tomatoes don’t produce much either. 80% of the garden is deer and groundhog proof. I just hope the chard, kale, collards and peppers make it. 🙂 This year I decided to go lower stress by planting more groundhog repellent herbs and perennials.

    Wishing you a restful and restorative week!

    Love and hugs,

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  13. Lets hope your Groundhog repellent plants work, We are still harvesting last years Chard.. We’ve not planted as many squash this year.. Good luck with your garden, and hopefully I get to upload the photos of the allotment this weekend.. ❤ Big Hugs right back ❤

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  14. ❤️❤️


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