Spring symbolizes new beginnings and rebirth. I eagerly anticipate strolling through the garden to see what new blooms await me. Mrs. B.R. Cant rose is a large growing beauty that has been in our garden for over fifteen years and never disappoints.
Chireno Rose has single fuchsia flowers and may bloom Spring through Fall.
Coral Bells are easy, reliable, evergreen perennials. The one below is Southern Comfort.
Gorgeous Pat Austin Rose
This frilly bloom belongs to a found rose called Schulenburg Apricot.
These purple irises were passed along from both sides of our family.
Designing and maintaining a garden can be a little overwhelming and is not everyone’s cup of tea. Landscaping a small area may be achieved by creating a Fairy Garden in a container…no pruning or weeding is needed!
Fairy gardens are basically miniature gardens that are created in a container. Any type of shallow container will work – urn, wood box, tin bucket, clay pot, etc.
Designing a fairy garden reminds me of decorating a doll house when my daughters were young. Instead of indoor furniture, the focus in on creating a miniature landscape with outdoor furniture and structures. The possibilities are only limited by your imagination!