The garden in mid May

Here is the garden this May morning. Unbelievable. The blue in the foreground is a Camassia, a wonderful native bulb which only lasts a few days but what glory. May 21 overview
That’s a Syringa velutina in bloom on the left; and Viburnum ‘Summer Snowflake’ in all its glory on the right.
I will be on CBC’s Fresh Air Sat. May 22 between 8 and 8:30 a.m. Please listen.
Working on the container e-letter which will be ready tomorrow in time for shopping this weekend. Be calm.

1 Comment
  • Judith

    June 21, 2010 at 3:21 pm

    Marjorie,
    re: your summer snowflake viburnum, which looks beautiful. I purchased one last month in Guelph and the nursery wouldn’t guarantee it because it is bordline hardy here. What is the best way I could protect it for winter? I believe Guelph is Zone 5A

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