Tuesday, May 3, 2011

What's growing May 1st

We ARE in Kansas, Toto, and things are not as they should be. It is unseasonally cool here, and we are about 2-3 weeks behind on bloom time due to the weather. On Sunday, May 1st, I walked the yard looking for what's blooming or about to.

The snowball bush is doing well.

The coral bells are just about to open, the hummingbirds really like these.

The Columbine is still in bud stage.

Variagated Solomon's Seal is just opening up.

Purple creeping phlox and Candytuft

White Yarrow

Peonies are budding.

While I was messing around taking pictures, a little head kept poking out of the wren house looking at me. I was not able to get his/ her picture, but the evidence of a nest is sticking out the sides.

Look at these weird, spidery looking things!

As they unfurl, they look like this.

To become this:

Autumn Fern

I am joining the party at


Kate said...

It looks as though spring is in your backyard!

Babs said...

Your garden is looking beautiful. Love your choice of plants. I love peonies but I've never had much luck with them. Your Autumn fern is pretty and it so interesting to watch them emerge and change colors.
Thanks for your garden tour. I need to get out in mine but I was painting old deck furniture today.. yuk.
Have a good Wednesday,

STEF said...

Beautiful plants and flowers you have! It's my first time to join. Here is my entry. See you!

Deborah Kay at The Paint Splash said...

I love spring when everything comes back from it's winter sleep. Great photo's. Blessings, Debbie

Light and Voices said...

Spring is changing your area a lot. How beautiful it is!
Joyce M

Linda Makiej said...

Really beautiful photos!
So glad to have found/followed your wonderful blog!

Leckeres für Mensch und Katze - Goodies for a pleasant life said...

Beautiful pictures. Spring is always inspiring. lg Tina

Renee said...

Very pretty. I have many of the same plants as you.

Anonymous said...

Your flowers are looking good! I am looking forward to some warmer weather, too. Seems like we go straight from winter to summer around here.

Thanks for stopping by my blog! Those are about the only kinds of flowers I can grow...the ones on plates. Lol!