U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Saturday, April 23, 2011

April Buds and Blooms

 Solomon Seal
Black Currant
Rock Cress
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  1. Thanks for letting me wander through your garden with my morning coffee. My garden is under 6 inches of snow. Great photos!

  2. Beautiful! Especially that Euphorbia with the green and red flower.

  3. Great pics, Tatyana! I especially love the Euphorbia! What variety is it? Looks like your garden is waking up. Have a wonderful Easter!

  4. Outstanding photos of wonderful spring flowers!!

  5. What a delight to see your burgeoning garden. I think this is the nicest clump of Saxifrage I've ever seen. Seriously beautiful photos.

  6. Beautiful buds and blooms, still waiting on the weather here, but the snow is gone.

  7. Tatyana, incredible photos! I have never seen Euphorbia before, it's so beautiful! You have beautiful gardens!

  8. Beautiful pictures of another growing season for you

  9. What beautiful pics, thanks for sharing the new life in your garden! How exciting =)

  10. Hey, I'm thinking about Solomons Seal for my to let me know more about it.

    That Euphorbia is pretty cool looking. I have to google it.

  11. Gorgeous beginnings of spring!


  12. Beautiful! Lots of deep rich reds and bright pinks contrasting with many shades of green. I love the Euphorbia.

  13. Girl just look at that garden grow. Your viburnum is so pretty now so it is going to be gorgeous when in full bloom. Have a wonderful weekend.

  14. lovely show of promise Tatyana, I've just planted my first 2 euphorbias and my blackcurrants are also in flower the white tail bees love them, Frances

  15. Beautiful photos of beautiful plants.

  16. Thank you everyone for visiting my spring garden! We had several gorgeous days lately. It should help the plants which haven't realized yet that the spring is here.
    Answering your questions, the Euphorbia came with a label 'Euphorbia x martinii'.


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