Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Musashi's Garden

We have a busy day today, but I promised to post more of "what's blooming" in Musashi's Garden. I walked out into the garden yesterday and was almost overwhelmed by scent. The gardenia's are blooming (no photos yet) and the freesia are still going strong. Here are a few more photos of "what's blooming". I hope you enjoy them.

Pink Geranium on the Balcony

Red Hibiscus by the Front Door

King Alfred Daffodils

Mr. Dragon's Bouganvilla

Have a beautiful and inspiring day!


Lissa said...

I love the daffodils for I rarely get to see those in an actual garden.
All of them are just beautiful however.

Janet said...

Wow! What beautiful colors! I love the hibiscus and the bouganvilla. Your yard must be spectacular....and how nice to have such nice scents to welcome you.

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

I think hibiscus are my favorite. Whenever I go south that is one thing I look forward to seeing - they are so abundant there. What an amazing time of year!

KarenHarveyCox said...

What a beautiful garden. I love Bouganvilla, when I lived in Hong Kong we used to be able to have them on our balcony. They were huge, and they loved the humidity there. Musashi's garden is gorgeous.

Adagio Beadcrafters said...

ah, the beauty of flowers!
Each one more wonderful than the next.
My hydrangea managed to survive our chilly temps and is just loaded with buds. Can't wait till they pop open!

Thanks for sharing!

Pat - Arkansas said...

Gosh, Snap! Your flower photos are WONderful!!

Rosa said...

I'm loving all those colors!

Genie Sea said...

Heavenly :)