Tuesday, March 9, 2010

I Am Wishing

These out of the cold,cold ground. They are Mildred's Blackberry Lily bulbs: I am so excited!
These are the seeds of the Mildred Blackberry Lily they are sprouting


My tulip can't wait to see what color it will be.


This is the seed's of the blackberry Lily

This is what the Blackberry Lily flower looks like.



Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Patsy I love your header picture. So pretty. You got Babies! Isn't that terrific. Just look at what those little seeds will grow into. Pretty.

Far Side of Fifty said...

That hyacinth is about ready to pop! You are springy Patsy! :)

Anonymous said...

Patsy, I am wishing too. I hope you have lots of success with these. Their bright spots always make me smile. Our jonquils seem a little later than usual this year. Hope you both are doing well.

Balisha said...

Hi Patsy,
I have Blackberry Lilies too. I once cut them down in the fall and tossed them on my compost pile. I had little lilies growing everywhere. I originally got my plant from Mount Vernon. When we were leaving the gardens they had plants on the table for sale. I bought one of these and brought it home to Illinois. I always feel that it came from Geo. Washington's original garden.

Carol said...

It is so exciting to see spring emerging from the ground! My tulips are coming up!


Darla said...

Hooray!!! Looks like things just might be warming up around there..

Shelley said...

That blackberry lily is certainly a beauty! And I love hyacinths - they have the most fragrant smell.