May 15, 2010

23 spring plants for Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day - May 2010

Garden bloggers' bloom day came again, hosted by Carol at May Dreams Garden. Jumping out in my pyjamas to the garden, I found 23 plants blooming. Compare what was blooming in May 2009 and May 2008.

Azalea pontica or Azalea luteum - very fragrant - I am so happy to have it in my garden, because right now, this is the only scented flowers, which makes this corner of the garden most delightful.


Slugs Bon Appetit! (as long as you stay away from my veg patch)





















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Pictures of Flowers

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23 comments:

bradzio said...

Pani kwiaty i zdjęćia są bardzo piękne. Bardzo lubię krwawienie serca w rzędzie. To moje ulubione. Happy bloom day!

fairegarden said...

Dear Ewa, how joyful to think of you in your pj's hopping about your beautiful garden! You have so many lovely blooms, so many white and yellows, perfect for spring. Thank you for the Dandelion jelly recipe, and for making me laugh so hard in England. :-)
xxxooo,
Frances

NellJean said...

Lots to see in your garden this Bloom Day. Lovely spring pastels.

jo©o said...

Hiya Ewa,

"jumping out in" your p.j.'s may be better than "jumping out of" , which is the way I first read it :-).
Recovered from your trip abroad?

Gail said...

Ewa, You have 23 of the pretties flowers I've seen this morning! Now I want to go outside and count~~I am pretty sure I have 23 PPPP blooming! xxgail Miss you bunches!

Commonweeder said...

This is amazing. What a beautiful sight to greet you early in the morning. However, we do have lilacs in common.

jo©o said...

All so fresh.
Jumping out in your pj's rather than out of I hope:-)
Recovered from your trip over to the UK?

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Lovely blooms in your garden. Thanks for sharing them with us today. Valerie

Ewa said...

Witaj Bradzio, my nazywamy tę roślinę Serduszka :) Pozdrawiam,

Ewa said...

Frances,
I just woke up this morning and hoped out next minute. No coffee, no tea... flower inspection instead. Even my husband was amazed.
Oh, we had so much fun at Malvern. I regret we couldn't spend more time together, but I am still raising my hand high for a meeting next year.
Xoxo,

Ewa said...

NellJean, this is beautiful month here in Poland, but in fact many flowers are late to bloom, because of late spring and cold weather.

Ewa said...

Hello Joco :) thanks for helping to improve the language :) I think I recovered from that lovely trip to your beautiful country. You are blessed with beauty.
Wanted to leave comment on your main blog, but I can't see the option or I am getting blind?

Ewa said...

Gail - for the first time since posting for GBBD, I counted flowers blooming :) Maybe this is beacuse this winter I started to take notes about my garden plans, and what exactly and when I made.
I am sure you have even more than 23 of them blooming!
Miss you a lot. Xoxo

Ewa said...

Commonweeder, we also have plenty of lilacs, but because they are growing in surrounding gardens, I planted only very late blooming lilac - which will bloom probably in June, after all lilac's flowers are faded.

Ewa said...

Valerie welcome :) I wonder what is blooming in your garden right now?

Amy said...

Your photos and flowers are gorgeous. That white feathered-edged tulip is stunning!

jurooma said...

Very, very nice. The pictures are very beautiful. I love flowers

A Garden of Threads said...

Wow, I am usually outside chasing bunnies or feeding the birds in my pj's not taking pictures. Maybe I should, your photos are great. Happy GBBD:)

Karen - An Artist's Garden said...

Lovely blooms Ewa - the azalea is one of my favourites - the scent is divine - yours looks so healthy.

And your white fringed Tulip is so pretty.

Beautiful photographs
K

Ewa said...

Jurooma, thank you - I think you are the only gardener more east than me :) except adekun in Japan that I know :) Am I right?

Ewa said...

A Garden of Threads, it looks like we have some plants (white bleeding heart) in common! It was the first time I chased flowers right after jumping out of bed :) Lovely experience, especially interesting when it is so wet around :)

Kathryn/plantwhateverbringsyoujoy.com said...

Hi, Ewa! Is that white bleeding heart?? I've never seen that. How elegant! It looks very fragrant in your garden and very pastel. I love the note to your slugs! LOL! Smart trick!

elizabethm said...

I love your white flowers, especially the dicentra. They all look so fresh and pretty. Perfect.

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