Here are some more pictures from my garden. We had some 80F weather yesterday, so some of the tulips decided they had had enough. But there were plenty more to take their place.
This is a view as passerby on the street would see it. Looking good!
| I had lost my map to what was planted in each of these boxes, so I had to wait until they bloomed to see where I should plant them. Turns out that it was a good thing too as some of these were falsely advertised.|| This was one of the fears that I had planting the bulbs in boxes - voles. They only got into one of the boxes though, but did eat most of the bulbs in the box.|
| These Sweetheart tulips are in my top three of favorite tulips along with Prinses Irene and Gavota.|| Weber's Parrot didn't turn out quite as I had imagined. Too pink and too yellow. Perhaps they mellow out. If they don't, these may end up being give-aways.|
| Blue Gem: very touchy little guys, and expensive! But they are worth it. Love them!|| Turbergen's Gem: These have finally started to multiply. They are one of my favorite species tulips (tied with Blue Gem)|
| Abba tulips are a very rich red.|| This is the garden entry from our back door.|
| These Salome daffodils took years to finally bloom, but now they are blooming every year.|| I prefer the Gavotas when the edges are white, but they are still one of my favorites even when the edges are yellow. Very classy looking.|
| From left to right: Bright Parrot, Sunrise, Purrisima, Red Emperor (far background)|| Odalisque tulips are very easy to grow and they give a nice punch of color without being gaudy.|
| I had 12 Dillenburg but many dissappeared. For the last several years only two bloomed, but this year, four decided to make an appearance.||This is a shot of the far back garden as you come around the bend. Front to back: Prinses Irene, Private Eyes, (forgot the dark purple ones), Sweetheart, Bleu Amiable (to the right of Sweetheart), Purrisima, Sunrise.|
| Another view from the street.|| View from the yard.|