Thursday, June 5, 2014

Tulips Everywhere



                                                                       Good Morning!
                                                  It is tulip season in our garden now as well
                                                 as around Charlottetown so I hope you
                                                 enjoy these spring beauties!

                                      Although, orange is not usually a part of our garden,
                                     in the spring I love the pop of color they add in a couple
                                     of  our borders.
                                   



                                                 This year Charlottetown hosted a Tulip Festival
                                                 and planted thousands of tulips around the city
                                                 last fall for it. These are a few of the photos I
                                                 took around the city a few days ago.








A beautiful front yard garden in the city.


                                                      Vanco has fields of beautiful tulips
                                                      that are grown for the bulbs. They sell tulip
                                                     bouquets all around the Maritimes and beyond
                                                     starting in January each year.
                                                      The above photos were shot a week ago and
                                                      the pics below were last years.
                                                                          Beautiful!


                  I am going out to deadhead my daffodils now as their season is past.
                            The apple trees are in bloom here now and soon it will be lilac time!

                                                                            Thank you for popping by and
                                                                            I hope you have a great day!

                                                                                                           Carolyn

14 comments:

White Weathered Hutch said...

BEAUTIFUL!!

Sandies' Patch said...

Tulips? What tulips? LOL!
Never seen so many!
Absolutely gorgeous!
Thank you, for brightening up my day xxx

Betty said...

Those tulips have given my spirit a lift today! Thank you for sharing.

Bernideen said...

It is amazing how you know the timetable of what will bloom when and how. I would think your lilacs would come earlier. Of course it is your peonies that come along and crown everything after that! Your garden is a constant production to be applauded.

White Lace and Promises said...

I have never seen fields of tulips! Your flowers are beautiful and I love the way you display. Love the sloshers as well as the watering can and planters. What a beautiful landscape.

Claudia Böttcher said...

Hi Carolyn!
They are really beautiful!!! I like them!

Marilyn said...

Tulip season is past here in Oregon, so it just lovely to be reminded of their beauty.

Justine said...

WOW! Those fields full of tulips look stunning, I love the pink and white tulips the most:)
Have a wonderful weekend:)

Merlesworld said...

Lots of tulips even in the boots.
Merle........

Susan said...

Hello Carolyn....Those tulips are glorious! All your photos of flowers are. Susan

Carla from The River said...

My son Atticus loves tulips. I just had him look at all your photos.
Great job capturing the beauty of the tulip.
xx oo

Pamela Gordon said...

Oh my these are gorgeous photos of the tulips in PEI. So many!! I didn't realize Charlottetown had a tulip festival. It must have been nice to see. And now I know why Vanco grows all those tulips. It's for the bulbs. Good to know. :)

Melanie said...

I just recently did a photoshoot of tulips in my boots as well...such a great idea, I might add! Enjoy your weekend!

The Tablescaper said...

Too cute!

- Alma, The Tablescaper