We have had a strange Spring in my Georgia Garden this year. Nothing seems to be waking from a long winters nap on time with odd temperatures happening. The one thing that really pops out in my mind were the azalea's. They were really late to show up thus allowing me to enjoy them into May.
The Saint was late in pruning the Snowball Viburnum last summer thus, less snowball blooms. But still beautiful next to the pink azalea's.
The Azalea's were planted on this land when we purchased the house so their names are totally unknown to me. I just call them the pink, the white, the bright pink, the salmon, the small, the large, the red, etc.
The Bright Pink is my favorite.
We only have two in a salmon color but so pretty. The light Pink is nice.
This bee says, " it taste good"
The Large Pink are spectacular in the sun.
They seem to glow with the sun shining on them.
The smaller Pink ones are also a favorite of mine.
We only have one white azalea as the other two were lost to disease. Sigh...
This picture was snapped a few days from May and the pale pink are still in full bloom. Wait, what do I see behind the Azalea's?
What is going on in my Georgia Woods?
Well, it is the cute little bunny's getting ready to celebrate Cinco de Mayo! I now have a sudden urge for a Margarita. Safe partying for all which take part in this fun celebration....
What a strange Spring with AZALEA'S IN MAY, in the Garden...
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