Shades of Pink V

May 27, 2021 § 2 Comments

Nemesia © Lynn Wiles 2021

I never noticed before that things bloom in specific colors in my garden at one time. Most of the blues and whites have passed, pinks are going and now I have purple flowers.

Shades of Pink IV

May 23, 2021 § 4 Comments

New Tulip © Lynn Wiles 2021

A new tulip in my garden this year. I love the intense yellow center.

Complementary Masses

May 9, 2021 § Leave a comment

Broom © Lynn Wiles 2021
On this morning’s walk, I was delighted by the masses of flowers in neighborhood gardens. Happy Mother’s Day

Phlox © Lynn Wiles 2021

Early May

May 3, 2021 § Leave a comment

Early May © Lynn Wiles 2021
Dandelions galore, the poplar trees are beginning to leaf out and a lovely sky.

Tulips

April 25, 2021 § Leave a comment

Tulips © Lynn Wiles 2021
My neighbor’s tulips remind me of peonies. Spring has been exploding around here and yet, I haven’t been taking many photos. House repairs, work, always energetic dog, gardening, decisions to be made, and my pursuit of trying to learn watercolors have taken over, but trust me, I am enjoying every flower and flowering tree I see.

Duck Puddle

April 18, 2021 § Leave a comment

Duck Puddle © Lynn Wiles 2021
After 48 hours of rain, then snow, then rain again, a huge puddle formed on a path and made a lovely swimming spot for a Mallard couple.

Blues and Purple too

April 11, 2021 § 2 Comments

Blues and Purple too © Lynn Wiles 2021
Very blue Siberian Squill/Scilla and light purple Glory of the Snow in my garden.

Monday

April 5, 2021 § 5 Comments

Monday © Lynn Wiles 2021
Why do two day weekends go by so quickly? Feeling a little bug eyed myself this morning.

The Green Blob

April 3, 2021 § 5 Comments

The Green Blob © Lynn Wiles 2021
A deep clump of moss growing on a cement wall.

The First Wildflowers

March 28, 2021 § Leave a comment

The First Wildflowers © Lynn Wiles 2021
I was very excited to see some wildflowers in March. These are Draba verna or Early Whitlow Grass. These tiny white flowers have bifid petals and belong to the mustard family.

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