Wordless Wednesday Apr13 by Linda Arthur Tejera Rate this:Share this:PinterestFacebookEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
What is that bush?
I couldn’t have begun to even guess, Luanne, but Joanne calls it a “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” bush! I just looked it up on Google and, yep! 😀 I’d say a definite must have!
That’s for sure.
I have heard of that plant. It is really pretty.
I am hoping the woman gardner in town has another eisteria this year! Last year she had one and it smelled sooo good!
On the wordless pictures, do people get to guess what it is ? That would be fun.
Sorry..I meant Wisteria. I missed a key….
You can certainly have people guessing what your photo is. And it doesn’t have to be a Wordless Wednesday! Some time ago, I remember a blogger used to do that — post a picture, or part of a picture, and have people try to guess what it was. It was fun! 😀
This “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” Bush will forever remind me of my parents as wherever they lived, you could be sure there was one of these bushes seemingly ALWAYS blooming in their garden!
Thanks for letting me know what it is, Joanne! And I’m happy I was able to conjure up some happy memories for you! 😀
Such pretty flowers! I assume at your new house?
Okay, I confess — no, not at my house! These were taken a while back at Leu Gardens in Winter Park, Florida! But after looking up the name of them, I’m seriously thinking of making them a part of the new house! 😀
I think they would look wonderful in your new yard. 🙂
I like this color collisions!
Thanks, Rommel, for your visit and comment. I’m still star struck over your cherry blossoms! 🌸
Lovely shot. Your garden?
Well, I don’t know how I missed this, Lignum! These flowers are not from my garden but are from Leu Gardens in Winter Park, Florida! 😀
Spring has sprung. Woo hoo! Here’s to your impending gardens. 🙂
Not yet! It’s a pic I took a while back at Leu Gardens in Winter Park, Florida. I like it enough to make it a part of the garden here (once we see what we already have)! And the plants are finally starting to grow and the trees are getting their leaves. It will be great! 🌿🌺
That’s so pretty, Linda.
Thanks, Cynthia! Have a wonderful weekend! 😀
Thanks! I really appreciate your comment and visit! 🙂
How lovely. Nothing better to photograph than spring flowers!
Thanks, Janet! Hope you’re enjoying this spring weather as much as I am! 😀
Spring has sprung ‼️ Gorgeous flowers ,dear Linda… Wishing you an excellent weekend. Aquileana 🌹
While living all those years in Florida, I had forgotten how beautiful and rejuvenating spring time is! I hope you’re having a beautiful weekend, too! 🌷😀
I loved most all the plants In Florida. Such beautiful ones.
I’m wanting to make a room just full of semi tropical plants like there and add a pond and maybe…a hot tub. Just to go into and relax and think of Florida again!
I wonder if anyone knows any Florida gardeners willing to plant exchange? That would be cool.
So far I have a Meyers lemon tree and a King Sago.
Hard to get up here in the middle of the U.S.
There certainly was quite a variety of plants in Florida. I’m not a gardener so I never learned much about them. I just like to look at them! 😀
I always loved to grow things. I worked hard on my yard a lot. And mowed when the wind blew pretty good or was fixing to rain. And when the dragonflies came. They ate mosquitoes. The wind kept the mosquitoes away. 🙂
Pretty flowers. Thank you for sharing this beauty. Wishing you a great weekend. It’s warm enough to sit in the garden here in London at last !
Thank you, Lita! Spring is a wonderful time! Would love to have a beautiful English garden! 😀
Fantastic bush with lovely delicate bluish flowers,dear Linda!At first look I thought it was a Forget-Me-Not plant,but I think Johanna is right.Hugs to you 🙂 ❤ xxx
Thanks, Doda! It’s such a pretty plant. I wish I knew my plants and flowers but, alas, I know so little about it. I hope to gradually learn as I go along! 😀 ❤
You will,sooner or later,dear friend 🙂 xxx