Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Into the cemetery

The Forsythia bushes in the cemetery are trimmed every Autumn.
I always think they look strange when they are in bloom.


There is one area that is left natural.

It is here I enjoy walking.

Today I saw a large area in Hen-bit
and wild Johnny Jump-ups!

Such a sweet wild flower.


Johnny Jump-up
is my wild flower in April.
I walked for an hour in the wind.
I was very excited to see the Johnny Jump-ups.
I just love Spring.

16 comments:

smilnsigh said...

Oh look at how they trim that bush. And how it is thus covered with blooms, the following year. Interesting look. :-)

But I love the small ones... -happy sigh-

Mari-Nanci

A wildlife gardener said...

I love Spring too. It is my favourite season after the long dark days of Winter. I love the little heartsease pansy too :)

Would you like to come and join in the Hokey Cokey? You will need a wiggly tail... :)

Cathy said...

Oh i hate it when they give forsythia a haircut. They ridiclous sometimes. Well those don't look too bad, just a pair of yellow exotic mushrooms.

Q said...

Dear Mari-Nanci,
I like the natural flowing branches of the Forsythia. When the bushes are trimmed I think they look silly! LOL
All things look very cute when they are little, even Forsythia!
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Wildlife Gardener,
You have so many tadpoles! How fantastic. I do love the frogs and the toads.
I so love you calling the little pansy a "heartsease pansy."
I always love to visit your Gardens. Thank you for the invitation.
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Cathy,
I do not like the trimmed bushes either. I think they do look silly too. You are nice to say these look like exotic mushrooms.
LOL! "People of the world relax!"
Sherry

Cheryl said...

I took that walk with you Sherry. I like you would go where the wild flowers are. We think alike.

Marie said...

Beautiful flowers!

Becky said...

I just love spring too.
Those cemetary forsythia are trimmed odd.

Mel said...

Beauty can be found in unexpected placed.
Is good to know you can find it all around you!

Q said...

Dear Cheryl,
I love to walk and I think it is very good for me! There are three walking paths I take. When I walk in the cemetery I almost always walk down where the wildflowers grow. There is a nice flat sunny spot and I enjoy seeing the different wildflowers in season.
I live in the city and pretend I am out in the country near the meadows and the streams.
Thank you for walking with me.
Namaste,
Sherry

Q said...

Dear MArie,
thank you. I tried to post a neighborhood walk I took but Blogger would not let me! So silly.
Maybe today I can walk and post.
Thanks.
Nameste,
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Becky,
Spring is beautiful!
I like a natural branching bush. LOL
I belong in the wilds.. city living is too trimmed and tidy!
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Mel,
I think my job is to find beauty whereever I am. Sometimes it is difficult. If I look deep enough and long enough I always find it.
Thank you for your kindness.
Thank you for walking with.
Sherry

A wildlife gardener said...

Thank you for visiting the newt videos, Sherry. If you would like to see some amazing photographs of newts you can now view them on my post :)

Q said...

Dear Wildlife Gardener,
Oh my goodness. You were able to get some wonderful photos. I know so little about pond life. My little garden ponds are more like big bird baths.
Thank you for letting me know about your newts. They are very cool. I love learning thank you for teaching!
Sherry