Barb’s Garden

OK, it could be Ollie’s garden, but I really think it’s Barb’s garden.

Barb – You planted such a nice garden and all your plants look great.  As I was walking around the colony, I saw how nice everything looked and thought it a shame that you don’t get to see your lovely garden in the spring of the year.  So, here are the highlights.

I don’t know what these are, but they caught my eye with the lovely small blossoms and the strongly patterned leaves.

Blue Blossoms in Barb's Garden

Blue Blossoms in Barb’s Garden

From Barb's Garden

From Barb’s Garden

This fern was one of the few that was fully open.

Fern in Barb's Garden

Fern in Barb’s Garden

These bleeding hearts were beautiful in the evening sun.

Bleeding Hearts in Barb's Garden

Bleeding Hearts in Barb’s Garden

Bleeding Hearts in Barb's Garden

Bleeding Hearts in Barb’s Garden

Just starting to unfurl.

From Barb's Garden

From Barb’s Garden

I’m not sure what this is, either, but I love the red stems.

From Barb's Garden

From Barb’s Garden

And, staring me right in the face were these morel mushrooms.  Sorry, Barb, but I couldn’t leave these alone.  They would not have been any good by the time you got up here, so I picked them.  They were delicious!  Thanks.

Morel Mushrooms in Barb's Garden

Morel Mushrooms in Barb’s Garden

So, thank you, Barb, for your lovely garden.  I hope you enjoy it all summer long.

Mark

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One Comment

  1. Barb May 26, 2016 at 7:36 pm #

    Many many thanks. We are delighted to see what spring brings to the garden. Please scare away the critters that also delight in feasting on it. Those bleeding hearts are so lovely.

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