She is planted among the French Lilac and they look so lovely together.
I want to pick every one but I try to hold back! I wish they were good for cutting, but they don't last long once off the branch.
I love this Bessie Pease print called "Moonbeam".
and this beautiful vase that was a lovely gift from a lovely lady!
For now I will enjoy the Maiden Blush, the French Lilacs and the
Korean Lilacs as they are all the first to bloom.
Beauty of Moscow, Nellie Bean, Miss Kim, Miss Canada, Pocahontas, Sensation, Josee, Tinkerbell and Thumbellina are almost ready to bloom. It's going to be a great year for Lilacs! Can you smell them?
The Song of The Lilac Fairy
White May is flowering,
Red May beside;
Laburnum is showering
Gold far and wide;
But I sing of Lilac,
The dearly-loved Lilac,
Lilac, in May time
A joy and a pride!
I love her so much
That I never can tell
If she's sweeter to look at,
Or sweeter to smell.
Linking to Liz at Rose Vignettes Fresh Cut Friday
Joining Kathy at Delightsome Life
A Return To Loveliness