Friday, May 25, 2018

The End of May

May comes to an end :-(, it's a pity! because spring is a wonderful time in nature. Yesterday I postponed works in my new greenhouse, took my camera and strolled in the garden to show you what plants are in bloom now in the end of May. Here they are:

 Tulips near a pond

Grefsheim spiraea

Daffodils and tulips are still in bloom


 




Bergenia


Fuchsia in an urn

Plum tree


New leaves and buds on a rose


Fritillaria meleagris 


 


Flowering apple trees grown on trellis system


Phlox subulata



Green salad, parsley and green onion on a raised bed

Tujas, tulips and cineraria silvery near the porch

Small rock garden

As I mentioned in my previous post,  my new greenhouse takes all my free time. I have many plans that it would have been convenient for me and plants. I also want to purchase / to make a drip irrigation system, so I need a pump, a water barrel and hoses. 

Happy end of May!

45 comments:

  1. Nadezda, how beautiful your garden looks! Many lovely plants but it's tulips what steals my heart, I love tulips but they don't like the local climate :( Have a happy weekend!

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    1. You have a lot of beautiful roses and water lilies. Marcelo.
      Gracias!

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  2. Your garden is stunning, Nadezda. It must give you so much joy after a long cold winter.

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    1. You're right, David. It's a pleasure to see my garden after long-long months of cold and snow.

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  3. So beautiful thanks for sharing your photos

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    1. Rob, thank you for stopping by and your comment!

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  4. Your May garden is lovely Nadezda. Love tulips and daffodil and the sweet apple blossom. Your vegetables look healthy. It surprises me how quickly everything begins to grow and bloom after such a long and cold winter.
    Happy days to you as you enjoy working in your greenhouse.

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    1. The nature is in hurry, Betty. It knows (!) our spring and summer is short, and takes a high start. A month ago the soil was cold and icy, trees without leaves and one month passed ...All is in bloom, that gladden me.
      Happy weekend!

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  5. Надежда,красивые ,яркие краски в вашем саду.
    Белый рябчик у меня тоже есть,правда в этом году не вижу пока его.
    Фотографии прекрасные!

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    1. Я этот рябчик тоже вижу только когда он начинает цвести, Надежда :-) Очень неприхотливый, изящный.
      Рада что вам понравились фотграфии.

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  6. Good morning Nadezda,
    I agree with you that this time of the year is the most beautiful.
    Your garden looks great and your roses are showing new growth.
    Have a wonderful day
    Rosehugs Marijke

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    1. My roses wintered well, Marijke. They are healthy and I suppose to see first flowers soon :-)
      Have a nice weekend!

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  7. Beautiful Nadezda, May is such a wonderful month for the garden. Your Grefsheim spiraea is such a beauty and the blossoms too. Have fun in your greenhouse, I'm sure you will have profit of it.
    Regards from Holland and have a nice weekend,
    Janneke



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    1. Dear Janneke, spiraea Grefsheim is my favorite, I sometimes prune it and all cuttings are rooted well.My greenhouse turned out very warm so the plants grow fast.
      Happy Saturday!

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  8. Esta precioso tu jardín. Me ha encantado. Besos.

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    1. Gracias Teresa, mi jardin se convierte a un gran sitio.

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  9. Time goes too fast...that's what I feel. hehe
    There are so amazing flowers in your garden. It's a real pleasure to look at them through your lovely photos.
    Have a really nice and of course with a beautiful weather weekend :)

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    1. Dear Aga, I agree, time is running, a month ago there were nothing nice in the garden and in May there are a lot of blooms.
      Thank you and I wish you good weekend!

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  10. Hello dear Nadezda!
    Your garden looks so beautiful! And your blooms and plants are amazing!
    Gorgeous pictures of your preety collection of tulips and the apple tree blossoms!
    The fuchsia is my favorite! Thank you for sharing!
    Wishing you a lovely day and a happy weekend!
    Dimi...

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    1. This fuchsia wintered at the city home and continues blooming in the garden, what a good flower, Dimi.
      Happy weekend to you too!

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  11. This greenhouse you mentioned will be a good help to speed up the season! It must be a lot os work, but you will be over the moon when it is finished. Looking forward to the reveal of your new building. Groetjes Hetty

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    1. You're completely right Hetty, It's a lot of work, I'm busy with greenhouse but it gladden me because it's very warm and the veggies grow fast there.

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  12. Looks lovely. Have a nice weekend Nadezda;-)

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    1. Kiitos, Anne, nice Saturday to you too.

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  13. Hello Nadezda,

    Beautiful flowers in your garden! The white Fritillaria is my favorite. They are so pretty.
    I wish you a nice weekend!


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    1. Hello, Marit!
      This Fritillaria is seen when it is only in flower, ha ha. In other time I don't see it at all. Nice plant, I agree.

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  14. How charming! It looks as if you are 2 or 3 weeks "behind" us - I always love spring bulbs and are sad when they go. Those are particularly lovely fritillaries.

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    1. Jenny, our climate is behind yours, I'm sure. These are the last spring tulips and daffodils. Love them too.

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  15. Gorgeous photos, beautiful blog.
    Have a nice weekend
    Many greetings
    Maria from
    Divagar Sobre Tudo um Pouco

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    1. Dear Maria,
      thanks for stopping by mi blog, I'm glad you liked it.
      Hugs!

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  16. wonderful spring flowers, Nadezda. Good luck with the greenhouse.

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    1. Thank you, catmint, I'm working in.
      Hugs!

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  17. Most of the blooms you have shown are long gone in our garden but it surprised me to see the fuchsia in flower. Ours are nowhere near.

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    1. This fuchsia wintered at the city, Sue,then I transferred it to the garden greenhouse where it started to bloom. Now fuchsia is well in an urn, day and night in open air.

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  18. Your garden is splendid, Nadezda! Spring makes our lives happy.
    Good Sunday!

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    1. It's true, Tania, nature makes us to feel happiness.

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  19. Your garden looks wonderful in spring, Nadezda! Unfortunately spring was very short in my area. Whole April and May were too warm, so spring was very short here. Today we had absolutely unusual 30°C. All my roses start to blossom - at least 2 weeks too early. This is a crazy garden year here!
    I can imagine that it feels great for you having a greenhouse.

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    1. Sure your garden is luxury now, Sigrid. I hope the roses are healthy in bloom, here I often see many insects on the leaves. The greenhouse is getting useful in windy weather.

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  20. May has been more like July for us this year, isn't it?! Many blooms in your post are long history by now. Everything moves so fast in this heat!

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    1. You're right Tistou! May was as July with its hot days, the blooms were short here too.

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  21. Lindo recordatorio de Mayo nos dejas Nadezda. El jardín está que da gusto verlo Las flores están preciosas toda
    Te deseo un buen fin de semana.
    Besos

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    1. Gracias Laura, espero ver tu huerto floreciendo.

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  22. So pretty as always! Although these blooms have already happened in our gardens further south, I know that with your long days at this time of year your gardens will catch up very quickly. Happy gardening!

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