The view from the parking area to the gazebo. Several nights ago the frogs were singing and now we have tadpoles. Tadpoles are a favorite treat for the koi.
First society garlic bloom of the year.
Pink dogwoods have just arrived.
One of my favorite trees in our garden, the Red Dragon, a Japanese maple.
The Bloodgood maple, another Japanese variety, highlights the gazebo.
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There is nothing quite like the sound of frogs calling out in the night. How many frogs can you find in these photos? There are a lot more than you think. As the temperatures have risen, the koi have become more active in the pond and they greedily devour frog eggs.
The first knockout rose of the year.
Wish we had a way to share the fragrance of the tea olive
and the Indian Hawthorn.
As unusual as its form, the curly filbert has a unique flower.
No fooling here, just some photos from the Americus Garden Inn. The curly filbert, the most unusual plant in our garden, is the prettiest without foliage as you can see its truly contorted form. Jacky is relaxing on the porch.
The extremely warm temperature today has our kitties looking for shade. Moxie is perfectly camouflaged under the wax myrtles.Kitten is basking in the shade. Doesn't the gazebo look inviting through the cherry blossoms?
The iris are popping up all over Americus.
The blueberry bushes have just begun to bloom. We might just have some berries this year.
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