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Saturday, June 15, 2013

Weekend flowers #103.

Det har vært en travel uke, og ikke så mye tid til blogging eller bloggbesøk. 
Det har ikke vært så mye tid til å jobbe i hagen heller, men blomstene står jo der og flere og flere kommer i blomst sakte men sikkert.

Men det er tydelig at vinteren har vært har mot stauder og roser, det er mange som har bukket under og etterlatt seg tomme plasser i bedene, og jeg må etterhvert få plantet noe nytt der noe har blitt borte. 

Noen helge-blomster som blomstrer nå i hagen min:


It's been a busy week, and I haven't had much time to blog or to visit blogs.
There's not been much time to work in the garden either, but the flowers are there and more and more of them are slowly starting to bloom.

It is easy to notice that winter has been hard on the perennials and roses in my garden. Several have not made it throug winter and have left bare spots in the flower beds, and I will have to plant  new perennials in those places.

A few weekend flowers from my garden :)



Akeleier / Aquilegias.




Den lys rosa rhododendronen blomstrer! 
Den så veldig pjusk ut etter at bedet der den står var dekket av et tykt lag is til langt ut på våren, og jeg var usikker på om den kom til å klare seg. Det kan sees på bladene at den har vært "ute i hardt vær". Men utrolig nok har den klart seg og blomstrer nå med full styrke.
Bør jeg plukke bort brune blader? Eller er det best å la den være og la den reparere seg selv?


The pink blooming rhododendron has openend its flowers!
The shade bed in which this rhododendron is growing was covered in a thick layer of ice untill late spring, and the rhododendron looked very gloomy. I was not sure it would survive, so I was quite surprised and happy to see the buds opening and the beautiful flowers coming out. As you can see the leaves are still damaged and brown. 
Should I remove those brown leaves? Or is is best to leave the rhododendron alone to let it repair itsef?







Den første rosen i hagen blomstrer :)

The first rose in bloom in my garden :)




Click to see more flowers from around the world :)
Happy weekend!

13 comments:

Willow said...

Simply beautiful Hilde. Columbine is also just such a lovely dainty frilly fairy flower ... I just adore Columbine (Akeleir) what a lovely display of them.

Ali said...

Beautiful flowers Hilde - our rhododendrons are just finishing. We had some very heavy rain and strong winds so the ground is strewn with bright pink, bejewelled upturned flower trumpets that were not strong enough to cling onto the bush!
Ali x

A wondering star said...

Som det blomstrer i din hage!
Nydelige Akeleier og en vakker rose!
For en tid tilbake viste du bilder av Geum sammen med Sølvarve.
Jeg falt pladask for den oransje skjønnhet, som raskt ble plantet i min hage!
Fantastisk at den finnes i rødt også.
Ha en fin helg!
klem

Anne said...

Gorgeous blooms Hilde!

Yael said...

I always LOVE your garden photos Hilde!
Enjoy your weekend! :-)

Liza said...

Beautiful flowers!

Plantain

Gunilla Bäck said...

Så många fina aklejor du har och rhododendronen är helt underbara. Ha en fin helg!

Annuk said...

Your flowers are wonderful, Hilde! It is indeed amazing how the miracle of life and rebirth unfolds each year, after the cold winter months... and to see the flowers blooming again must be such a joy to your heart! Sorry about the loss of some of your perennials, I hope next winter won't be so hard on them...
Have a lovely, sunny weekend!

earthenmagic said...

...(O:

Hilde said...

Thanks you all :)

Red Rose. said...

Those photos can be postcards! For sure, Hilde.
Tomoko

Hanne Bente said...

Flotte billeder / collager du viser med nogle smukke blomster. Ønsker dig en god søndag Hilde:) Knus!

Tina´s PicStory said...

thanx for these wonderful pics from one of my fave flowers - akeleier :)

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