past, we've sipped our last egg nog.
for Brecks and Spring Hill catalogs.
They come in
the mail, bring a smile to my face,
And I can't
wait to get flowers for all over the place.
White Flower Farm, and Guernys and more.
& Perkins, Michigan Bulbs has flowers galore.
is not so dreary for me.
I plan my
summer gardens, even in my sleep.
gardens with flowers all over the place.
When I see a
new variety, I find just the space.
wildflowers growing in a spot on the side,
Trillium, Hostas, and Lady Slippers abide.
and Jack in the Pulpits and the lovely Blood Root,
Beauty and Dutchman's Britches, they're quite a hoot.
love the shade and the soil slightly wet.
This place I
call, the Garden Secret.
Next is the
Lake Garden, with rocks all around.
Fern, Rhododendrons and Hostas abound.
before anything else begins to bloom,
pop up, and cheer me from gloom.
newest spot with flowers all in white.
Garden, planted last year, what a sight.
the flowers I buy in the spring,
So each year
a little variety to this garden will bring.
Rhododendrons stay all year long.
white Sweet Alysum borders all around.
I have White
Geranium, White Angel Trumpet and
White Bleeding Heart,
Francis stands aside, a blessing to impart.
side of our house on the lake
Is the spot
for my Heritage Tomatoes to be staked.
I'm hoping some herbs will grow there too.
In front of
the lilacs in all shades of blue.
favorite garden is at our front door.
cottage-y, colorful, special and more.
Daisies, Cone flowers, Poppies and Lillies.
Crooked Walking Stick bush that gives me the "sillies".
In front of
Dean's shop is the Rhodie Garden proper.
The 500 pink
Daffies there are a real show stopper.
We stuck in
some bulbs called Naked Ladies.
they came, they are a bit shady.
And as if
this isn't enough garden to till.
by the guest house, terraced up a small hill.
have Coral Bells, Petunias, and Carnations.
else to cause a "scent-sation".
And one more
spot at the hill top
"valley lillies" and grasses, just a little plot.
daffodils throughout our forest of trees.
spring we have blossoms beyond our belief.
reflections in Spring of our hope.
sheds its fluffy, white coat.
each sprout that peeks through the ground.
that God and His love for us abounds.
By :Sharon Branson
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