Ephemeral Spring Beauties
1 day ago
I decided to write about my passion for gardening past, present and future. I have been ill suffering with Lyme Disease since May 2003 but at last after long term antibiotic treatment getting my life back and can again enjoy my garden.
It looks amazing. Just amazing! Laburnums seem to have had a good year.ReplyDelete
Wow - that's bright :) Hope that you have had a good break and that you soon catch up on the gardening jobs. Loads to do here but it's absolutely persisting down.ReplyDelete
I must have one!!!!!!!!!!! It is stunning!ReplyDelete
Well, what can I say, it's a beauty.
Your pics are really sharp by the way.
Thanks Emily I think Mike's pruning has paid off.ReplyDelete
Anna yes nice to see Dad but oh so much to do.
Dirt Princess Hi not sure they would grow in your heat but then with Jacaranda trees which I assume will live where you are you are lucky.
Rob Thanks for the encouragement.
That is gorgeous! I've heard them called Goldenchain tree here. It is spectacular!ReplyDelete
wowowowowowow !!! amazingReplyDelete
I thought I had left a comment earlier. Well, I'll just recomment. The tree is beautiful. I've heard them called Goldenchain tree here. I just love how the flowers hang.ReplyDelete
What a luxury! Thank you Joanne!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness! What a wonderful sight to come home to! WOW! That is an absolutely breathtaking sight indeed.ReplyDelete
I agree with EB. I was looking at a lovely one just last night but not as good as yours.ReplyDelete
How beautiful !ReplyDelete
Thank you all for your lovely comments.ReplyDelete
Wow! That is amazing-I would love one of those in my garden.ReplyDelete
Hi Carolyn Yes they are lovely and some years the Laburnum flowers after the Wisteria starts to go over which is nice to have that succession.ReplyDelete
Fabulous Laburnum Joanne. We used to have one hanging over our gate when I was growning up in England. It too was spectacular.ReplyDelete
We also had one hanging by the gate in Lancashire where I grew up.
When we moved to this house nearly 30 years ago it was one of the first plants I had to buy.