Friday, May 8, 2015

Spring Flowers Around the House, and a HInt

There are just not enough hours in the day for me to even come close to accomplishing all that I want to get done. Do you have that problem? I sure hope I'm not floating in that boat all alone. We've had a touch of rain here and there. The flowers around the house have sure been enjoying a drink from Mother Nature. The clematis is a bit behind schedule blooming, regardless the blooms popping here and there are gorgeous. 
 I'm anxious
to see it climb it's way to the top. The greenery and blooms warm up the hard cold lines of the metal on the arbor.
In another bed the honey suckle just "appeared". While out walking the fragrance is so captivating.


The East side of the house is being taken over by the beauty of the Azalea's. They are truly more gorgeous this year than in year's past. Excuse the fact I haven't had a chance to clean up the stems that need to be cut from the Hydrangea bushes.

The Snowball bush resides in the front yard. I always look forward to them blooming. They remind me of an over grown Hydrangea. They start of on the green side and turn into the richest white color.



~ ~ HINT ~ ~
This is just a small preview
of what's coming to
the blog on Sunday.
THE MASTER BATH REVEAL
Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you pop back in on Sunday to  see the MASTER BATH REVEAL.  Par for the course there are still elements to truly claim it finished. Those things will eventually come, I'm on a mission to find just the "right" thing. 
Wishing all of you a Happy Mother's Day. Have a Great Weekend, I'll see you on Sunday. 
  Fondly 
~ Lynne ~


4 comments:

Pat Cantwell said...

Lynne,
Your garden bushes are absolutely breathtaking beautiful, dear friend!!!
Like you, the honeysuckle just began blooming and is nearly full of highly fragrant blossoms!!!
Master Bath reveal??? Of course, I'll stop in Sunday!!!
Fondly,
Pat

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Thank you Pat, I enjoy what few flowers are out and about. fondly ~lynne~

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Thanks for sharing your beautiful flowers! Your azaleas really did put on a show. Love the snow balls. I always think of my Grandmother when I seen them in bloom, as she had some huge bushes at one time.
Hope you are enjoying the weekend. Happy Mothers' Day!

Blondie's Journal said...

Your blooms are making me smile, Lynne. You are so ahead of us so it's so fun to see. I love clematis and the hydrangeas will be gorgeous!

Happy Spring! :)

Jane x