Monday, March 16, 2009

Bloomin' Tuesday

For Bloomin' Tuesday today I thought I would show some spring flowers that are starting to bloom in my garden.

These bulb flowers are called Ranunculus. They bloom only for 2 months in the spring. They come in different colors. This is an area in my garden where I have them growing.

My Wisteria Vines are just starting to bloom. In about one month, my patio area will be covered with these great smelling purple flowers.

These are some white lilies that bloom every spring

Here is a pretty bright daisy bush with vibrant orange ice plant next to it. It makes a great bright color combination in the garden

This is a daisy bush that I have. You cannot tell in this picture, but the daisy bush is at least 4 feet round! It looks so pretty!For more bloomin' tuesday posts, please go visit Jean at MsGreenThumb Jean's Blog!

20 comments:

Aiyana said...

As usual, you have the most wonderful array of flowers in your garden! I've always loved Ranunculus, but I just buy a couple of potted plants as spring color. It lasts about one month here in AZ.
Aiyana

Smilingsal said...

I don't remember ever seeing wysteria before. So beautiful. Thank you.

Darla said...

Get out of town! These are just stunning!!!

Mimi Sue said...

Ranunculas are one of my favorite flowers. Oh who am I kidding? All flowers are my favorite. You have some beautiful blooms. As usual, your garden is so lovely. Mimi

sally said...

Gorgeous!

Neabear said...

Your flowers are so pretty. I am still working on pulling weeds in my yard so I can redo things for the spring and summer. But with water rationing I am not sure how much I can do. My lavendar is in bloom, the roses are starting to come out and my freesia bulbs are about to burst with color anyday now.

Deb said...

I love wisteria, your flowers are so pretty

Jacque said...

When I saw the Wisteria I had to go look at your profile to see where you live. Awe! makes since, I am in Northern CA and nothing yet! Nice yard, I always love the first flowers of Spring. On my blog I was carrying on about how I have 13 things blooming in my yard!, guess you showed me.~Jacque

nikkicrumpet said...

argh....WE STILL HAVE SNOW! I'm so jealous of your gorgeous spring blooms. And my favorite is the wisteria. It is the most beautiful flower. We actually planted several wisteria around our deck at our last house. We had them for 3 years and they hadn't bloomed yet...and then we moved. I was so bummed because I still have never owned a wisteria bush while it was in bloom. And here at the new house we can't find a good place to plant one.

Carla said...

Your daisy bushes are amazing! We are trying ice plant at my mom's this year, I think she has the perfect spot. I have a water calla lily that I hope blooms for me this year-I love them. And your Ranunculus!!! Wooza! Those don't do so well here, but they are something to see! (wistera? well, it does a little TOO well! Love it though) Great post:)

Farm Chick Paula said...

The Ranunculus are just beautiful!

Susan said...

I need to get some of those Ranunculus bulbs!

Jean said...

Anne, I love all the colors of the Ranunculus! I probably can't grow them here. I've had a wisteria for several years but no blooms yet. Great post, as always! Jean

Donna Lynn said...

I would LOVE to be able to look out at my gardens and see flowers like you can! You are soooo blessed.

XO,
Donna Lynn

playsdolls said...

Your flowers are so beautiful,you have so many blooming already.I can not wait to see that many in my garden.I love the Callia Lilies and Daisies.

Denise said...

Love, love, love your flowers! I'm a flower gardener, too. But, of course, here in southern Oregon things bloom a lot later. I can only grow ranunculus in pots which I take in for the winter. Their ruffly blooms remind me of ballerina tutus!

PC said...

I am a little late geting to Blooming Tuesday this week - but I loved your post just the same! THnaks so much for sharing these wonderful pictures. Paula from Idaho

Sugarplum Cottage said...

I didn't get to post on Bloomin Tuesday this week and am just now catching up on everyone. I wish I had some of your bee balm. That is one plant I'm gonna buy this year. Hugs, Rosemarie

Molly said...

gorgeous! i love wisteria, but haven't had any luck with it. seven years and no blooms :(

supply gloves said...

What a wonderful collection of beautiful flowers. I save the first one, Your color grouping is awesome and gorgeous. d

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