After being gone for two weeks, it is so wonderful come home and be greeted with blossoms and colors in the garden. While traveling in Turkey for the last two weeks, the first thing that I noticed was the lack of soft scape as we do in the US. While there are lots of fruit trees in the country sides and wild flowers along the roads and the ruins, residential homes did not seem to take soft scape as a priority. I took over 2,000 photos and it is my hope to be able to share some parts of the country with landscapes. In the meantime, I am just so very happy to come home in time to enjoy the first signs of spring colors in my garden. Never again will I take our gardens for granted no matter how it looks. Here’s a share of a few shots of my garden with you.
Asian Apple Pear in bloomWhite Lady Banks Rose. Fast grower and can take up much time to keep it under control shape but, it puts on a wonderful show of white flowers covering a wall or fence in early spring which makes it worth growing. Yellow Lady Banks Rose is another one growing long my fenceOld fashion flowering Zonal Geranium in front of Red Bunny Tails grass Ah! flowering Ornamental Plum. A borrowed view for my garden Salvia gregii in front of an upright Rosemary. Another old fashion Limonium perezii Senecio Grandiflorious Flowering Aeonium arboreum Crassula Multicava II hope that you enjoyed the colors in my garden.
Till next time . ~