Garden with Grace

"I hope that while so many people are out smelling the flowers, someone is taking the time to plant some." ~H.Rappaport

Suddenly Spring

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In some cases, a picture truly is worth a thousand words.

This Garden with Grace update provides a snapshot of one of the most beautiful spring seasons that we’ve enjoyed in southern New Hampshire in recent memory.

Apparently, Mother Nature had a wonderful plan after subjecting us to a winter, that with each passing day, becomes just a distant memory.

Weeping Japanese Fantail Pussywillow was one of the first perennials to come to life in April.

Weeping Japanese Fantail Pussywillow was one of the first perennials to come to life in April

Magnolia & Weeping Cherry bloomed together this year.

Magnolia & Weeping Cherry Tree

Japanese Weeping Crabapple and standard Crabapple

Japanese Weeping Crabapple and standard Crabapple

Our State Flower, the (perfumey) Lilac, bloomed most of May

Our State Flower, the (perfumey) Lilac, bloomed most of May

Pansies grew everywhere, except where they were planted!

Pansies grew everywhere, except where they were planted!

2 thoughts on “Suddenly Spring

  1. This was so BEAUTIFUL, it made my day. Thank you! Amalia

    • Thank you, Amalia! We’ll have to make plans to visit each others gardens soon. I’d love to write a post about your garden for this blog!

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