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In My ''Dreamy'' Spring Garden
Ajuga, will be a must, a blue beauty that blows in the wind. Bellflowers, charming and faithful and lovely, of course I must have Candy Tufts from gardens of long gone, enchanting. And mother's favourite, Daylilies, in a rainbow of colors, Delphinium and Daffodils also, so dramatic. Evening Primrose along the fence will create quite a stir, and on the porch False Watercress spilling out of a container, and then old dependable, Geraniums and Glory In The Snow, I love my dreamy dream of spring flowers. Hyacinths, scented jewels of color sparkle in my garden, along with Iris Reticulata, an early spring treasure, it will be a wonderful place. Jacob's Ladder, with blue-purple blooms, mingle with Johnny-Jump-Ups. Kalmia Latifolia, pure white blooms, related to the laurel family. Lily-of-the Valley, so sweet and fragrant, how could I forget you and, Meadow Rue, a lavender wave in the wind, and anther old dependable, Nasturium, a gardeners dream and it is also edible. Oh my list is long! Oriental Poppy, was there ever a more heavenly gift from God, except maybe Pasque Flower, unfolding from beneath the snow, and those Pansies and Petunias! Queen Anne's Lace, so pretty is her lacework, did you know ishe is a wild carrot? Rosemary, with a scented pretty flower, like dew in the morning is a must, as is Sage, that billowy haze of lavender, pushing away the rainbow Snapdragons. Thrift, delightful vintage touch to my rock garden in the shade, sweet the tulips too. Umbrella Magnolia growing in the garden corner, with creamy white blooms, and Vinca Periwinkle with lovely blue flowers, friends to Violet and Viola. Wall Flowers, who love the sun, drooping with snow cap jewels, oh over there Xenia's blooming in marine colors, so unique. And here a childhood love, Yellow Anemone, aka Buttercup, who does not love Buttercup? Zinnia, friend of Sunflower, elegant and colorful, nods. Must this dream end! ________________________________ April 13, 2016 Poetry/Abecedarian/In My "Dreamy" Spring Garden Copyright Protected, ID 16-777-564-0 All Rights Reserved. Written under Pseudonym.
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