Saturday, May 11, 2013

Down The Garden Path

The now regular weekend rains held off long enough for me to get some chores done. I need to tote it down the hill to dry storage, but there will be cherry wood for smoking.

I made time to wander. After the rain, a light freeze is coming. Who knows what it may do.

Dodecatheon meadia

The nodding wands of Spanish Bluebells

Garden Liberties

The pink deciduous azalea

These earlier bloomers get frozen on a semi regular basis.

It is looking like it will be a mild freeze.

The unusual yellow rhododendron

Above the scenic byway

Bluebells and a fuchsia azalea

Bluebells and a blood red azalea

Spilling across the mountain in all directions.

Along the garden paths


Lola said...

Oh my, I brought a couple red azalea back from N.C.& I have a pink one from a friend from there. They are the small kind. I sure hope it doesn't destroy any of your eye candy.
Garden paths are nice. Wonder along & see all that you can.

Christopher C. NC said...

I'm hoping for the best Lola. The diagnosed temperatures are wrong often enough.