Our garden has been late starting like most others this year, last year the wind took off all the blossoms from my apple and cherry trees, 6 trees in total, all usually laden with glistening cherries and bursting with apples until well into the Autumn, last year nothing.
So with the Apple and Cherry blossom starting to peep their flowers from their tight buds, I have faith this year we will see fruition! It's always a magic moment for me when the garden starts springing into life, every leaf, bud and seedling gives me so much pleasure. This year I had already started the garden when the second load of snow fell, blotting out all my hard work, thankfully some well established plants have survived.
The primroses and labyrnum are still hanging onto their Spring blooms and my Honeysuckle has weathered the winter and is now growing like a weed, I hope its flowers are prolific again this year, with Lavender and Honeysuckle the garden smells divine in the late summer sun.
The seedlings are doing well now albeit late, I'm only growing cherry tomatoes, larger tomatoes, courgettes, chilli's in varying degrees of hotness, basil, parsley and oregano.
We have a patch of grass that grows Dandelion's on it every year, we watch them turn from sunshine yellow flowers into puffballs that we always blow around and make a wish or two.
How does your garden grow, hop on over to Mammasaurus to see some other beautiful blooms.
Also linking this up with lovely Jaime at The Olivers Madhouse and Magic Moments, seeing everything sprouting is my magic moment this week.