Now, let’s see. What’s in flower this month?
Oh blimey, I can’t be bothered to list all that lot. Right, so what isn’t in flower this month?
Answer: not much. May is such a wonderful, wonderful month to be in the garden, especially after all that bleak midwinter hoo-hah. It does your heart good to walk among the tulips and the forget-me-nots and the first roses of summer and just drink in all that colour.
But I must choose which ones to take photographs of this month as Carol at the topically-named May Dreams Gardens is hosting Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day: it’s probably easier to choose what to leave out than what to leave in.
I feel a slideshow coming on.
Lavender Cottage said:
That was a nice idea with the slide show – so many colourful flowers.
A Garden of Threads said:
Wonderful show, your garden is stunning. Have a wonderful weekend.
Wild Somerset Child said:
WOW – I just love that show – and wonderful photos. And thanks for sharing a link to 'how to do it'; must investigate. Could come in useful for all sorts of things.
Happier Than a Pig in Mud said:
Your slide show is very nice-thanks!
I couldn't get the slide show to work, but did see a few flowers I liked. every time I see Spring Green, I think, " I really have to get that."
The Constant Gardener said:
thank you to all :DSorry you couldn't get the slideshow to do its stuff Sylvana – maybe it'll work next time. And yes, Spring Green is a must-have in my garden – so subtle.