Flowers at Heath

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The small window that we call spring is extremely short-lived here in the Mid-Atalntic and summer is vastly approaching. The cool breezy nights with a sky full of stars not impeded by humidity are a rarity. Having lush green grass grow without the strain of heat and humidity is a sight to behold, along with the flowers at Heath which have been unfolding around the property since late winter.

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I always suspected the underlying secret to flowers is that various species will grow throughout the seasons so, that their glorious beauty is seen at all times of the year. As much as I love my peonies, irises and the cherry blossoms of spring I do look forward to the flowers of summer.

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I cannot wait to share the dahlias, sunflowers and hydrangeas, which will grow during the summer months ahead, but in the mean time please enjoy the flowers of spring from Heath!

Jouir,
K

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3 thoughts on “Flowers at Heath

  1. Hello Stylish Heath, I’m really enjoying your pics of the Flowers at Heath. The color contrast in each is so appealing, but the one pic of your irises, of the purple bloom with the green leaves is breathtaking. I know it won’t come to fruition, but I would love to tour your garden. But I’ll take the photos just as well. Love your work…………………………………can’t wait for the Dahlias…

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  2. Love the pics of the beautiful flowers, I truly love when the fruits of spring and summer planting yield such verdant delights. Nature coddles the flora and the fauna and I am just a happy soul who enjoys the riches of the season. Keep the pictures coming, they are really a treasure.

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