Spring is near.

A few pics from my personal garden as the temperatures begin to rise. Enjoy.
Oakleaf Hydrangea opening up as temperatures warm.
The great leaf colors of Katsura Japanese Maple.
Georgia Blue Veronica, or Speedwell
Professor Sargent Camellia Japonica
The fragrant blooms of Clematis armandii. I am training this to climb a large pine tree in our backyard.
Golden Dawn Redwood getting ready to reveal its colors in the garden. Also one of the best botanical names - Metasequoia glyptostroboides 'Ogon'. This tree will be glowing in the afternoon setting sun each day.
Just another Japanese Maple leafing out in spring.

Top Hometalk Projects

30 Ways To Use Old Jeans For Brilliant Craft Ideas
31 Creative Garden Features Perfect For Summer
No Way! These Pops of Color Were Made With Dollar Store Items!
Creative Parents Share These Brilliant Kids' Project Ideas
17 DIY Decor Ideas To Get The Party Started
23 Insanely Clever Ways To Eliminate Clutter
16 Brilliant Wire Basket Hacks Everyone's Doing Right Now
30 Creative Ways To Repurpose Baking Pans
Craft Organization Ideas Mom Will Love
15 Amazing Ways To Get Your Patio All Ready For Summer
31 American Flag Ideas That Will Fill You With Pride
15 Genius Curtain Ideas To Instantly Upgrade Your Space
15 Genius Curtain Ideas To Instantly Upgrade Your Space
13 Spectacular Ways To Display Your House Number
21 Insanely Cute Reasons to Add Pineapple to Your Decor

Have a question about this project?

Join the conversation

2 of 8 comments
  • Michelle Eliker
    on Mar 30, 2013

    I think my favorite part of spring is wandering around the yard looking for the first green buds on all the dead looking branches. I love spring flowers but for me there is something very spiritual about plants waking up each spring. Thanks for the wonderful photos!

  • Teresa D
    on Apr 20, 2013

    Amazing pictures! I would love to see more of that dawn redwood. I'm am having some trees cut down in my yard (mostly bradford pears) and considering adding a dawn redwood but I cant decide. Seems weird for a fir tree to be deciduous.

Your comment...