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Garden Bloggers Bloom Day – April

Here in zone 6a New England, things are finally starting to bloom in my spring garden.  We had piles and piles of snow and what seemed to be the longest winter.  I wasn't sure how all of the bulbs would do, but nature always seems to find a way.  The one thing the harsh winter did seem to affect was tulips.  They usually bloom in early spring, but I am just starting to see them growing now.  Hopefully, a few tough and resilient tulips will come up.  Better late than never!  I feel as though spring flowers appearing is the earth's sigh of relief that winter is finally over.  It is lovely to look out of my window and see not even an inch of snow on the ground and the arrival of emerald green foliage kissing the branches again. Here are a few pictures I snapped of what is growing in my garden this April. Enjoy! 

My new garden sign!

Pink Hyacinths

Purple Crocuses

First Spring Pollinator Sighting

White Crocuses

Frizzle Sizzle Pansies

Sorbet Lemon Chiffon Violas

Adding a little spring curb appeal by my front door.

Purple Violas

Spring Matrix Pansies

Vinca Minor also known as Creeping Periwinkle covering a small hill in my backyard.

Grape Hyacinths

Woodland Phlox 'Blue Moon'

Tulips beginning to bloom

I hope your spring garden is blooming. So excited to see something new starting to grow every day. 

Happy planting!

 

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  • Katie
    April 29, 2016 at 9:01 pm

    Angie,
    THANK YOU for sharing these beautiful images!
    It would be difficult to pick a favorite, but the Woodland Phlox Blue Moon ranks HIGH on my list:)
    Katie

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