Thursday, May 29, 2014

Thriving on Neglect

Jackmanii Clematis

The events of the past few weeks have kept me from tending the garden, Next Year.  Am thankful Next Year is a hardy garden and survives and thrives on neglect.


Oak Leaf hydrangea--these are blooming all over town and they are glorious.  


I bought these last year at the end of the season on the half price sale table.  Man on man, if I had known they were going to be this spectacular I would have purchased more.


The first of the day lilies--they survived a very long cold winter.


Yarrow--so pretty to dry and use in arrangements


Thyme--such delicate blue flowers.  Hmm, is that a weed I see?


Will we have home grown tomatoes for fourth of July?

Thank you Next Year for thriving on neglect--you bring joy to this neglectful gardeners heart.

5 comments:

  1. Such pretty garden pictures!! You are way ahead of us for this time of year.

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  2. beautiful garden ....seems as if neglect is the way to go xx

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  3. Beautiful!! Tough love goes a long way....:)

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  4. Your flowers are so pretty.

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