Oh yes, those are beautiful tulips! When the tulips bloom, that is a special time of year, for sure!
It certainly sems to mark the start of real abundance in the garden, Beth
I love your tulips. We went overboard with a huge selection from Sarah Raven and planted them with toning wallflowers. They are looking spectacular and we have enough to cut some for a vase. They seem to last so much longer than supermarket flowers or maybe it is because the supermarket ones have been cut for some time. The weather and the garden are providing so much solace this year.
So perhaps you will share a vase with us on IAVOM one on these day…! Sarah Raven has a great variety of tulips and offers some pretty combinations, but have you come across Peter Nyssen before where bulbs are exceedingly good value for money and their service is always good? All my bulbs come from there apart from Aldi bargains and cheap end of season bulbs from the local garden centre. As you say, those of us who have gardens and find pleasure in them are well blessed and the weather is an added bonus – looks good again for this week and no sign of any late frosts
The daisies are a lovely pot topper. I must remember to do this next year.
They are not difficult to grow from seed but these were very reasonable pencil plug plants – depends how many you want
A most attractive array of colours Cathy which the foliage of the nearby rose picks up on.
That’s Lady Em, Anna – her foliage is the bee’s knees!
I love Tulips, you have divine varieties but always in pink tones, just like the lovely Bellis. The Rosal that you see on the left, follows the range of colors, it is wonderful. I was very encouraged by this divine photo of flowers, I really needed to smile, be happy and forget about being locked in an apartment. If confinement had caught my dear Mother and me in the country house with the garden and all the flowers, I would be happy. Stay safe and secure. Take care. Loving greetings from Margarita.
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