What a difference a week makes! The spring perennials are opening and many more buds about to pop. Here are few of the magical things happening in the garden this week thanks to David J. Turan’s photography. The Eremurus Himalaicus , and Alliums have rocketed up above the garden canopy stealing the show.
After a week of rain quieter things are happening too. The foliage of the spring greens is beautiful this time of year with the yews pushing out new growth, the fringe tree glowing through willow Britzensis, though still young, it offers an amazing display of its tiny fringe- like flowers. The hedge of Scotch rose behind the apple orchard has come into bloom and will do so again in the late summer early fall. This lush landscape is dependent on plenty of rain so I am enjoying a soggy beginning to summer.