The truth is I'm having a terrible time dragging myself out of the garden and back to the computer or sewing machine. How can I think about sitting still in a chair hand quilting, when I could be outside looking at the day to day changes of the Spring garden?
On Saturday I mentioned to my brother that the Peonies (Paeonia) where about to pop.
This morning I was greeted by this.
The Spiderwort (Tradescantia virginiana) really sets off the Azaleas.
Could this be any more dramatic?
Oops. Look closely. The macro lens caught some bad actors at work.
Bluestar (Amsonia tabernaemontana) is in full bloom.
Tickseed is such an unfitting name for this cheerful flower. I prefer Eared coreopsis (Coreopsis auriculata)
The False Indigo (Baptisia) is also just about to burst out. I have white (alba), blue and yellow varieties.
When this Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) blooms, it will be light yellow and the gray foliage is a great foil for the baptisia nearby.
American Snowbell (Styrax Americana) is so delicate, I keep expecting to hear those little bells chime as I walk past.
And the American Wisteria (Wisteria frutescens) will mingle it's gorgeous blooms with all the other plants it romps over and around.
So when will I head back into the house?
Maybe when pigs fly... but I will come back in with inspiration. So please bear with me. I'll be back to stitching and blogging about it soon.