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November 2, 2012

The Neglected Garden in Flower



There are daisies and irises.


There is pink may,


and Mexican hawthorn.


There are velvety clematis buds,


and old world honeysuckle twining with New Zealand's forest bridal veil.


There's heady-scented mock orange blossom,


and lingering longer this year, with regular rainfall, 
are the forget-me-nots by my doorstep.


Daisy, common lawn daisy  Bellis perennis
Iris  Iris sp
Double pink may  Crataegus laevigata 'Rosea Flore Pleno'
Tejocote, Mexican hawthorn  Crataegus mexicana 
Clematis  Clematis 'Niobe'
Honeysuckle  Lonicera caprifolium
Puawhananga, Native (NZ) clematis, Bridal veil  Clematis paniculata 'Bridal Veil'
Mock orange blossom  Philadelphus var




10 comments:

Cindy@NorthofWiarton said...

Lovely ... puts some Spring in my otherwise grey overcast lightly snow covered morning. Thank you for sharing your Colour and Beauty.

rusty duck said...

Neglect has a lot going for it. Absolutely beautiful.

Jeneane said...

Cindy@NW: Yes the seasons move on and it's the Southern Hemisphere's turn to remind the Winter bound Northern Hemisphere that there will always be a Spring. :-)

Rusty Duck: I reckon!

Susan Heather said...

The plants don't look neglected they look gorgeous.

John Gray said...

that first photo is a delight
and blogger shit or not don't you dare stop!!!!

Jeneane said...

Susan Heather: Thank you - they don't really need me do they.

John Gray: But it sounds like you do. Maybe we should make a pact with a forfeit included if either of us gives up blogging...

Cro Magnon said...

Maybe I should neglect my garden a bit more. I DO have a Mock-Orange.

Jeneane said...

Cro: I'm sure I've seen a photo of it on your blog. I do think you get the balance of artful rambliness just right with your plantings.

libby said...

Well that garden looks just lovely...I could imagine sitting there with a picnic and feeling very calm and happy.....looking out at my green and grey back garden just makes me sigh at the moment.

Jeneane said...

Libby: It is a very calm and happy space, but you wouldn't believe it; today I might as well have been in your season. Cold, damp, blowsy spatters of rain - very appropriate for Bonfire Night.