Did you go to Sandy's open house on Friday? Two of my co-workers were there, but I have yet to download details of their trip. I have always liked the little Henbit, but the Chickweed is indeed a scourge.
No, I didn't go this year. Maybe next year.
Super photos. It was after seeing so many red maples in bloom that I decided to do it for next week's tree. The henbit is in full bloom now...the ditches are full of purple everywhere I have gone the last few days. I like purple.
Living in Manhattan many of these species are but a week or two behind your blooming period. Really inspiring viewing these images...after the long winter. Always appreciate your posts and comments on my blog. http://thlandscapedesign.blogspot.com/Happy spring!
gorgeous pics 0- what kind of camera do you use? I love winterhazel, it's such a nice buttery yellow, as opposed to the sulfurous hues you usually get this time of year.
Thanks, I use a Canon Rebel X-si, but only recently did I realize just how important the lenses are...
Hi Phillip: Just arrived in Gloucester, to uproarious magnolia 'Leonard Messel' and M. stellata, also M. soulangeana having a lovely year on this side of the mighty York River. The sassafras are just coming into bloom. Daffodils, of course. What do you think of Cornus mas, I don't see it much but I'm thinking of planting some here. Thanks. M
I've seen a lot of cornus mas around here, but I don't know how easy it is to find in nurseries. It seems like I only notice it when it's in bloom, though it does have nice bark. I think the berries are edible as well.
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