MySecretGarden

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

Saturday, March 7, 2015

February and March Garden. Wordless Saturday













 Columbine


 Silene dioica 'Clifford Moor'



 Euphorbia Tasmanian Tiger

 Euphorbia amygdaloides 'Ruby Glow'


 Tree Peony

 Labrador Violet


Japanese Aralia and  Schisandra chinensis 


 Daphne o. 'Marginata'





 Trillium kurabayashii 'Giant Red'








 Peony Coral Charm

 Vinca minor and Daylily

 Orchid Rockrose







 Hydrangea


 Gunnera manicata 



 Edgeworthia papyrifera


 Petasites palmatus 'Golden Palms'

 Schefflera delavayi, hardy Schefflera





Have a great weekend!

***Copyright 2015 TatyanaS

9 comments:

  1. I am glad someone's garden looks like it should for early March. Our unusual cold and snow have pushed everything back several weeks.

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  2. Your garden looks wonderful! So much happening! All the little birds around the edge of the birdbath are so cute. I bet they're fun to watch.

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  3. In your lovely spring garden is already full, they are even the birds and squirrels, wonderful. Regards.

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  4. Wow, your gardens are beautiful, especially for this time of year. It's all so peaceful!

    Happy spring ~ FlowerLady

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  5. Look at all the growth and life in your garden...such a wonderful sight!

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  6. So lovely green already, your garden looks wonderful with the squirrels and birds bathing.

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  7. Oh, nice! Spring is in your garden! I can't believe even the Bleeding Hearts are starting to bloom. Wow! That won't happen in my Wisconsin garden until May!

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  8. Oh that warmed my heart to see spring actually arriving somewhere! Lucky you. Now send some east!

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  9. Your spring garden is stunning, Tatyana. No words necessary; the pictures say it all. It wont be too long before I see similar blooms in my own garden, I hope. Spring is all about hope and your garden displays it in abundance. P. x

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