4 In Gardening

Growing Now – May

I am so excited to be a part of the Growing Now Garden Tour kick-off hosted by my friend Beth Billstrom.  Anyone can join in on this fun event by posting photos of what is growing in your garden every Thursday!  After posting to your blog, link your post by visiting MoreThanOregano.com. While you're there you can tour, enjoy and get inspired by other gardens as well.  If you are on Twitter, share what is growing in your garden by using the hashtag #grownow2015 It's that easy! 

My garden is located in Zone 6a New England and with the weather still dropping down to the low 40's at night, not very many perennials have bloomed yet.  I'm still patiently waiting for my white and pink peonies to pop open and the rhododendron bush to expose it's buds into beautiful light pink blossoms.  In the meantime, I have been purchasing some annual flowers and beginning my vegetable garden.  

If you want to learn more about any of the flowers and shrubs I'm growing pictured in this post,  just click on the photograph.  This will bring you to my My Plantsmap and provide you with more detailed information.  If you would like to make your own Plantsmap account, head on over to Plantsmap.com where you can record up-to-date information about what is growing in your garden, and you can even create your own interactive plant markers!  I highly recommend this website for any avid garden enthusiasts.  It also helps you learn and stay organized if you are a newbie gardener.

Here Is What's Growing Now

Hanging basket filled with Calibrachoa flowers

'Mountain Bluet' Bachelor's Buttons blooming in the sun garden

Renaissance Spirea vigorously growing around my bird bath

Planted these gorgeous Proven Winners SUPERBELLS® Holy Moly! Calibrachoa Hybrid flowers in a hanging basket. I have a new occupant in my bird house, so I figured why not spruce it up and hang some flowers near by! Love how this area in my garden is now bursting with life. These flowers will be available to purchase spring 2016

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'Black Scallop' Bugleweed blooming in the shade garden

Boston Fern enjoying its new home in New England all the way from Texas!

In The Veggie Garden

Newly planted Husky Cherry Red Tomatoes with Red Geraniums in the background

Sweet Basil

'Bistro' Salad Blend Lettuce

Great Lakes Head Lettuce

Romaine Lettuce

Chives beginning to bloom. Garden filled with both onion and garlic

Young Straight Eight Cucumbers

Sugar Snap Peas

Bush Goliath Tomatoes

Don't forget to participate in The Growing Now Garden Tour every Thursday!  Check back next week to see what's blooming.  Wishing you all happy gardening and a bountiful harvest.

In case you missed it -April In The Garden

 

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  • Beth Billstrom
    May 22, 2015 at 6:15 pm

    Angie…your garden and photography are gorgeous! So glad you’re Growing Now with us!! Very excited to watch your garden continue to grow this season!!

    PS I also love your blog!!

  • Angie Rose-The Freckled Rose
    May 22, 2015 at 8:20 pm

    Thanks so much Beth! Happy to be a part of Growing Now 🙂

  • Melissa @ WitnessMyFitness.org
    August 31, 2015 at 1:22 am

    It’s so beautiful! I have an garden tour on my site, but I should do one seasonally, as so many different blooms pop up at different times! I love the colors in your garden! Thanks for sharing!

    • Thefreckledrose
      August 31, 2015 at 10:22 am

      Hey Melissa,
      Lovely to meet another gardener! It is definitely something that brings so much joy to my life. I also love having fresh food around the house at all times. Wishing you healthy and beautiful future gardens 🙂

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