For the love of pink…
Ahhh, the life of a garden is what makes me feel like I am living in the moment. Hearing the song of a bird, the buzzing of a bee, the sound of the waterfall, fragrance in the wind, warmth of the sunshine on my skin – when I close my eyes and all of these fabulous feelings are around me is what makes me love being alive.
But I will say seeing the shades of pinks in the garden makes my tummy flutter. here is what PINK I am seeing in the garden this week!
Remember these tulips from last week? well they are all awake now & welcome any visitor who walks the front pathway!
So pretty are the Indian Summer Crabapples opening up and the presence of Hino Crimson Azalea’s.
More pink tulips.We must not forget how prevalent that pink flowering current looks in our gardens and the beginning phase of loosing our our fragrant hyacinth flowers (until next spring).
Also showing it’s color this week is the heuchera and this stunning slug loving primrose.
Raspberry Splash Lungwart is such a fantastic pop of pink seen from a distance throughout the entire garden & the always reliable Bergenia common name is “Pigsqeak” is finally showing it’s blooms.
You know by now that one of my favorite garden flower the bleeding bleeding heart. Last summers addition was the Concord Dwarf Barberry shrub with beautiful shades of pink. Cannot forget the all to common bells of the Pieris flowering shrub.
Hope you enjoyed seeing the love I have for pink in the garden this week. Linking to Cottage Flora Thursday’s ! To see where else I am linking to this week – please check my “Cottage Links” label…