So beautiful, Michael Lee! I'm sure you're going to love this summer~getting your lovely gardens tended. You have so many wonderful 'spots'. I have really struggled seeing everyone's beautiful gardens this year. We got frost last night here in Michigan and have such a short summer. I jumped the gun and bought several new plants and some annuals already and had to bring them all in the house last night. Have a beautiful day!love and blessings~Lynda @ Gates of Crystal
MLW, your lawn, gardens,flowers, trees, shrubs,etc... is looking so pretty on this wonderful beautiful spring day on the hilltop.
Beautiful. Your pictures are amazing.
Your gardens are beautiful! Love the hidden area, and your wisteria is glorious! Enjoy spring.Beth
Hi Michael Lee! Oh, there's nothing like spring and sunshine to reveal the beauty of your pretty new home and gardens! Everything looks lovely! Are you getting settled a bit? I know it takes a while but I'm sure you're loving your new digs! ;) Hope all is well with you and your bunch.Be a sweetie,Shelia ;)
Isn't it fun being in a new place in the spring and finding beautiful surprises everywhere! So happy for you being in this beautiful place. Lovely photographs!
Your gardens are so lovely and miles ahead of mine at the moment. We will be teetering on the edge of a frost tonight, I'm hoping it doesn't settle in...I have all sorts of things planted already. Not a leaf on a tree here yet....but soon!
Oh so beautiful!
Oh how beautiful your hilltop is. So many stunning flowers and trees. You are going to love being there in the summer with all your beautiful gardens.Enjoy the end of April and the beginning of May.Mary
Hello, I love your hilltop...Gardening is a wonderful hobby and I love foxglove too. Thank you for sharing and see you Friday for your great linky party.Joyously,Betty
Your first Spring in your new home must be so exciting. And, everything looks beautiful.♥
So beautiful and peaceful! What a wonderful sanctuary!
You were blessed to have all these vines, flowering shrubs, and perennials come with the house. Everything looks beautiful.
Glorious blooms on your hilltop and trellis! I adore foxglove and your blooms make me giddy! I have one lonely clump planted to see how it would do by my shed. My delphinium did not return this year, it was too darn hot and dry last summer. I spent the day yesterday planting containers, my back and knees are complaining this morning :)
I love visiting your hill. Your photos are lovely, no beautiful. We are working on the side of our house and want to create a cozy courtyard with plants. We have an area where we want plants to create privacy from the road. I hope to learn lots from your projects. Sheila
You have so much beauty to enjoy, Michael Lee! I love the trellis, the roses, and oh, how I wish I could smell the lilies of the valley! I had those in Ohio and what lovely scent to inhale in the springtime. I've sadly never seen any here in Texas. Enjoy your little piece of heaven!
Such beauty! There are only a few signs of Spring where I am as the trees are just beginning to bud with a few patches of croci painting the landscape but there no other blossoming perennials to speak of ... yet. Thank goodness the snow is gone though. ☺ (Ontario - Canada) -Brenda-
New home and garden, you just can't get any happier! Your pics are gorgeous :-)