And the same for you my friend! A happy, hoppy Easter to you!
Hey Lisa girl ! I am eating chocolate at the very moment : ) You have some gorgeous pictures here of life spring forth .. I can't wait to see more here .. we have had record breaking temperatures and then rain is coming for a couple of days .. you know what that means don't you ! More LIFE in the garden : )JoyHey .. Happy Easter girl !
A very happy post. Ain't spring grand?
Hi Lisa, love the trout lily! I was surprised to see on one my 2 forsythias in bloom this year. I'd pruned them both way way back to move them last spring and wasn't expecting blooms this year. Happy Easter! (I've eaten half my rabbit!)
Hurray for trout lilies! The fog has left us so I'm going outside to play in the dirt for a few hours, but happy Easter to everyone at your house, Lisa!
Lisa, I've been eating chocolate all week and this morning I was wondering why I had gained so much weight. Duh! I can't resist the stuff!
Happy Easter to you dear Lisa! No chocolate here and I do miss it! Love the trout lily! gail
Happy Easter to you too, Lisa!
Your garden is looking lovely Lisa and I am just so envious of that gorgeous trout lily.Tku so very much for the lovely bookmark. Such a surprise when I went to the post box yesterday. I shall use it for my garden journal....love the beads.
Looks like he brought you some beautiful spring blooms Lisa. Such a beautiful time of the year and your garden is really showing off the colors.Happy Easter to you too.Lona
Love the lilies of the trout - our woods are suddenly full of the foliage, and we look forward to the sweet blooms in a few weeks :)
NO chocolate but lots of flowers- in my garden. Your first photograph paints such a beautiful spring picture. What a wonderful joyous day.
The bloodroot thrilled me! I don't see much of that around here these days. Love that strange and delicate beauty.
Look at all your beautiful flowers!Happy Easter to you also Lisa.
Thank you, Lisa--and a belated Happy Easter to you, too. The Easter Bunny managed to bring more chocolate than the grandkids' baskets could hold, so of course, someone had to eat the excess:)
Thank you Lisa, wishing you the same peace and joy. What lovely photos. Everything seems to be in bloom.Marnie
Lovely flowers, Lisa--Happy Easter to you, too!
Lisa, your garden looks wonderful! I love that forsythia and the magnolia trees. Are those small white flowers the blood root? I don't think I have seen those before. Is it a bulb?? What ever, they are gorgeous. I hope you had a wonderful Easter!!
those are some very unusual bulbs... very pretty.
I hope that Easter was calm and serene for you. It was a lovely day here.
Dear Lisa,Your Easter gardens look so pretty.I think the trout lillies are just gorgeous.Big storm on its way to my house with temperatures dropping!The ups and downs of April.Sherry
Lisa, I hope you had a beautiful Easter filled with lots of good things.~~Dee
The bloodroot is so cute, too! You asked about your winter sowing jugs... I've noticed that things in flats tend to sprout earlier than things in jugs, I think because it's warmed int he flats with the clear lids and greater surface area for sun to get in. Plus, it takes the soil while to warm up. Everything I sowed in jugs was really more spring sowing, and some is up already. Your (screwtop) lids are off, right? And your soil looks moist but not moldy?
Beautiful whites. I hope the day was glorious for you and yours.
Hope you had a very nice Easter, too.
I hope you had a blessed Easter, Lisa! I thought of you this week, as the remaining 'Replete' daffodils burst into "ugly" bloom. LOL. I hope you enjoyed yours! :-)
Ah, Lisa - your garden is so beautiful! Love the trout lilies! Annie at the Transplantable Rose
Wonderful and magical garden Lisa:)
Thanks for your visits, my friend!
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