Color in the meadow


I got a few moments to walk around the garden kid-free yesterday evening, what a treat! The ‘meadow’ is exploding with color.

One row of berries, speckled with onions is weeded and composted.

The hammock is hung.

Can you believe the color on this rose?

The mockingbird eggs hatched this weekend! So miraculous to peep in and see two little beaks pop up!

Hope you had a good weekend!


Filed under State of the Garden

10 responses to “Color in the meadow

  1. Laurie

    I love the centranthus ruber in the first two photos…and the look of those hills…it inspires peace, calm…thanks for some of that!

  2. angeljeanne

    YES I agree it brings back many a memory, love all that I see, how wonderful. take care Cheers HUGS Jeanne xox

  3. Elizabeth

    SO BEAUTIFUL…. thank you for sharing your walk with us!!

  4. Linda and Cliff

    Kendra every time I look at your site it just’s make me feel rested.

  5. You do live in a bit of paradise! Thank you for sharing these lovely photos. Enjoy your spring…here in Africa we are moving into winter, not that’s it’s ever really cold in my part of the world. I enjoy your amazing blog so much! Linda 🙂

  6. Gorgeous photos…especially for a girl reading from NJ. I wanted to let you know I love your blog and nominated it for the Versatile Award. Here’s the link:
    I’m looking forward to summer pics from your garden.
    ~ Angela

  7. Ah, I love it! Gorgeous meadow flowers. And I love baby birds. My heart goes pitter patter.

  8. Your first two photographs especially grab me . . . Stunning! A most superb meadow and landscape. I hope you get to rest in the hammock sometimes. Beautiful Blog!

  9. henry pocus

    i am just amazed!

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