Sunday, April 12, 2009

Garden Journal 4/12/09: No Bonnets, but Plenty of Blooms

Our One Clump of Tulips Almost Always Blooms for Easter

Want a bigger bouquet?
Easter Greetings to You
Dogfoot Tiptoed Through the Tulips
Time Lapse Tulips
And you'll find lots more flower photos
here and here and here.

© 2009, the flowering foodie farm blog where there are four different types of no maintenance flowers blooming in the yard today (tulips, the last few daffodils, the one small but reliable cluster of grape hyacinths, and my favorite flowering quince) and everything from the greens in the garden to the grass in the fields is loving the light rain that's been steadily falling for hours. It's been a quiet but thoroughly enjoyable Easter here on the farm.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful photo! Love tulips!

    The light rain is good and fine, it is that intermittent hard needlegun rain that my garden isn't loving.


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