9/28/15

pukeiti gardens

We don't get to Pukeiti Gardens very often--mostly because it's down some very winding narrow roads but it was too sunny over the weekend to sit home so we ventured out there, They are making some interesting upgrades to the park, 3 years' worth, so we might have to visit a little more often.

It is too early for the rhodos to be out in all their splendor and beauty yet, but we did manage to get some spring color,








10 comments:

Margaret Adamson said...

Glorgeous blossoms there Betty.

Andy said...

New growth makes it an amazing time of year.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Pretty, pretty and again, I say, pretty.

The flowers are gorgeous too...&*> YAM xx

Forest Dream Weaver said...

So interesting to see nature cranking up as we wind down. The blossom is lovely......something to look forward to!

Linda W. said...

What beautiful flowers!

CountryMum said...

Such beautiful blossoms. Lovely photos.

maryaustria said...

So much flowers! wonderful photos!

pattisjarrett said...

Your world is coming alive. Beautiful!

Hannah said...

It's great that you are enjoying spring, Jean. You have a lot of the same flowers that I have in spring, like the Rhododendrons. I was surprised to see one of my workhorse plants, groundcover Comfrey. I have a big area of it under my fruit trees in my apple orchard. It keeps down weeds, and blooms a lot in the early spring when there is not a lot for the bees to eat.

Coombe Mill said...

I wish we were heading into spring not autumn #checkoutthatview