Flowers in Our Yard Right Now

Flowers in Our Yard Right Now

flowers in our yard

My husband is a brilliant gardener on our corner 1/3 acre. Here I take you with me on a gander around our yard right now, so you can see the little jewels growing and blooming out there. I am so grateful he has this interest and ability, for we all get to be the beneficiaries!

(Also note that beautiful lettuce, arugula, and spinach we have been enjoying out of the garden.)

I took some photos including the house so you have some context, and then many close ups so you can see all our special little joys. You see mostly different types of irises, our first two roses, and our first two peonies, columbine, lily of the valley, our orange azalea, allium, viburnum, and poppies.

It is important to remember, rejoice in, and emphasize all the beauty in the world!

                                                                                

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8 Comments

  1. Patricia Duke 1 month ago

    I’m also a gardener and loved seeing your lovely “first flowers.”

  2. John gregory 1 month ago

    Smell the peonies right now! Had a hedge of them in Nashville! Always a bounty of the for Mother’s Day!

    Iris is Tennessee state flower…thank you so much for the very “sweet” memories…..❤️

  3. Gretchen Digiannantonio 1 month ago

    Those irises are stunning! Mine are still too new to flower.

  4. Dilys 1 month ago

    Thanks for sharing, Polly! And thanks to James for his dedication in the garden.
    I am enjoying our garden at the moment, more than usual in the circumstances, though we don’t have as many beautiful flowers as you. We do have some magnificent, mature trees to look out on, as we back on to a public golf course, which is very uplifting. Nature is amazing! X

    • Author
      Polly Castor 1 month ago

      It sure is!

  5. Meg Hanson 1 month ago

    Pretty. Do I see solar panels on your roof?

    • Author
      Polly Castor 1 month ago

      Yes! We love them!!

  6. Burma 1 month ago

    Love your beautiful yard!

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