Sunday, May 17, 2009

azaleas, rhododendrons and locus blooms
















I felt it would be nice to send everyone a selection of blooms from around the house. Enjoy with your morning coffee or tea. The blooms are begonia, azaleas, rhododendrons, and the white grape like clusters are locust blooms (this makes a very good honey).

3 comments:

June Perry said...

So lovely. At first I thought the locust blossoms were wisteria. This rain is making everything in my garden more lush than I've ever seen it. I'm also seeing more bugs than usual. It's also increasing the snail and slug population. :-(

jimgottuso said...

beautiful flowers... even more to the bees

Linda Starr said...

Just beautiful Ron, those azaleas and rhododendrons are spectacular.