Spring came in a hurry this year to The Artist’s Inn – it seemed to last one week and now feels like summer.
I like to think of spring as a symphony – with various flowers awakening in the spring almost as though they were instruments tuning up – first you hear from the quiet little crocuses, then the tulips and hyacinths, and by the time you get to the bushes and flowering trees you have a full orchestra blasting out Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue!
So sit back and enjoy while I take you on a tour of my gardens….
If anyone knows the name of this flower, please post – it returns every year.
Here’s some of the bloomers at The Olde Stone Cottage:
A lot of my flowers were gifts – some from people who are no longer here. They are a wonderful reminder of friends. I hope you enjoyed the time with my flowers as much as I do.