Monday, May 18, 2009
Spring Gardens - 1
The spice viburnum lines the sidewalk heading to our front door. It is wonderfully fragrant and provides a sensory experience for visitors. We trim this bush every year to keep it in control.
The P.J. rhododendron covers another expanse on the front side of our house. It produces profuse flowers every year. We planted these specimens in peat moss rich soil, and they have done very well.
The Japanese maple at the driveway continues its slow growth with beautiful color and dense spreading branch cover.
A globe viburnum graces the east side of the garage. These blooms are 4 - 6 inches in width and cover the bush.
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