Phlowers – Blooming in the Garden/April 9, 2021

I planted a new Forsythia in the side garden. It seems to be doing well, and the bright yellow blooms have been a mood booster for sure. The Forsythia is part of this week’s Friday Skywatch.

Daffodils are still opening and blooming in several different colors and sizes.

Starflowers are opening up in the side garden.

Siberian Squill, one of my Springtime favorites, reflects the gorgeous blue of the sky. This dainty flower is my choice for Cee’s Flower of the Day. (I had originally, in error, named this bulb plant as Glory of the Snow. Reading another bloggers post I realized I had the wrong name and changed it to the correct label.)

Periwinkles are my ‘never-give-up’ flower. They are surrounded on all sides, overtaken by English Ivy, yet they wiggle their way through the tangled stems and bloom every Spring.

“Flowers are the music of the ground. From earth’s lips spoken without sound.” ~Edwin Curran (American Poet)

12 thoughts on “Phlowers – Blooming in the Garden/April 9, 2021

  1. Alana Mautone

    All very pretty! My periwinkles are like yours – they bloom no mater what. I bought my house over 30 years ago, they were there, and they are still going strong.

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    1. Timelesslady

      I love the patch of ivy. It’s survival of the fittest out there, and nothing ever is strangled out completely. It might disappear in one spot, and suddenly show up in another. I hope I am just as resilent when adversity strikes. Thanks so much.


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