May 31, 2009

Good Bye Spring!

Spring is the most rewarding season there is. Everything is fresh and pristine. It reminds me of youth; everything is about to begin.

Today is the last day in May and summer is already in the air. This year we have had, in my opinion, the most beautiful spring on record. In a way I hate to see it leave.

Below is my weekly update on my precious clematis; the difference is not as striking as before, mostly due to the fact that this year the honeysuckle (the plant to the left) has been growing unusually fast and has hidden the clematis. But if you look really carefully, you can see the new branches growing to the far right, just above the fence. I have actually put up another trellis today (after the photo has been taken) above the rose to the right, to aid the plant in growing. It will be obvious in next week picture.
I hope everyone is having a very laid back Sunday.


Julie Hibbard said...

Happy Summer! Happy Sunday! Happy Day! You posts are always filled with HOPE!
Hope YOU are filled with Sunshine today!

Diane said...

I hope spring takes these damned allergies with it! :)

Hope your Sunday's gorgeous!

The Rantings of a Drama Queen's Mum said...

Hi. I just found your blog. Very cool stuff.

Betsy Brock said...

I love these progress photos! Yes, spring is quite beautiful! I guess it is the contrast of the bleak looking winter that makes it so special!

Rajesh said...

Very nice snaps clearly depicting the seasonal changes.

Zuzana said...

right back a you in everything! xoxo

sorry that you suffer from allergies; luckily I am spared.;) Hope your Sunday was great as well!;))

thank you so much for that kind comment, and thank you for stopping by.;))

so glad that you enjoy those little updates.;)) xo

thank you so much for your kind words.;))

Hilary said...

Am I seeing buds in that new pic? Or is my upcoming eye doctor appointment just in time?

Rosezilla (Tracie Walker) said...

May 31st is our youngest's birthday. He just turned 20. Clematis is lovely, but I bet the honeysuckle smells the best!

Zuzana said...

well I wish that was true, but no buds yet; it is only new leaves forming. The other clematis (not visible on the picture) on the left side of the honeysuckle has buds though, so perhaps you have x-ray vision or a talent in remote viewing.;))

a belated congratulation on your sons birthday.;)
And you are right, the honeysuckle flowers have an incredible scent.;))

Noelle Chantal said...

Woa your clemantis is growing so fast! I remember seeing this before. what a huge difference! Plants in your country bloom and grows beautifully because of your pristine air.

Have a happy Summer! :)

Zuzana said...

yes, this years everything is growing very well and fast. It must be the combination of sun and rain.;))