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April Showers Bring May Flowers

So, what's with the May showers this week? Phooey.

In any case, we got some sunny breaks yesterday, so I could get some garden shots.

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That wisteria has been making its way all along the top of the screened porch, and is finally hanging down above the side patio.

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Stay away, bunnies!

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Comments (11)

sheri:

Looks beautiful, Amy!

Gorgeous. I love wisteria. It won't bloom here for another couple of weeks.

And your lettuce is coming along great. Much bigger than ours. We did put our tomatoes out - with lots of cover. :)

Beautiful shots, Amy.

sandrac:

Beautiful, Amy. I love your wisteria.

I'm getting sick of the May showers around here, but it is really bringing out the trees and the green grass.

Gorgeous wisteria, Amy! Is that a cherry tree?

My wisteria finished its pretty stage at least a month ago. Now it's singlemindedly pursuing its goal of covering every square inch of Sacramento. Why couldn't it be a little less vigorous?

Marcia:

Lovely wisteria (and lettuce); the vines in our neighborhood had their happy time in March this year.

Love these photos! You are lucky to have those lilacs. It's a bit too hot down here for them but I am trying one that is supposed to be more heat tolerant. It's tiny now but I hope to get some blossoms like yours someday!

nancyhol:

Your flowers are gorgeous, Amy! I just wish they would stick around a little longer.

I LOVE wisteria. I think it is one of my favorites. Too bad it doesn't do well in my part of the country.
Great photos, Amy.

Just awesome! Thanks fort sharing.

Terry (teaberry):

Great shots, Amy. The flowers look like impressionist paintings. Life imitating art? :-)

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