2021 Spring Garden Post

I love gardening. More so after I moved to states than when I was residing in India or Switzerland. But I strongly feel its never late to work with mother nature.

I share my garden pics almost every year. If you are interested, you can browse through them here and here.

I will be posting a garden post at the end of every month until September or October. These posts are mostly the flowers and vegetable garden I have and around my neighborhood. Its like my own garden diary which I love browse back once in a while during cold and winter season to enjoy the sunny sides even just in the photos.

Please…..come back and see if you are a garden lover like me.

Without further ado, the first one is this peach tree which is the first to bloom in my garden every year. We never eat the peaches as they are never fully ripe but the floral blooms – Oh my God! they are to die for. See for yourself.

Then comes the sunny lillies which I never planted but they just sprout at new places every year around my garden and say Hello.

This year, I did plant these Iris, Tulips and these white and pink flowers. They are clear beauties in my book.

And the last but not the least is these mini decorations I do once in a while to enjoy indoors either in my living room or in my Kitchen near the sink.

What new plants did you add to your garden?

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Author: Smithasbakelove

Hi, This is Smitha. Thanks for stopping by to share my passion for baking easy and yummy food. Happy to have you here.

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    1. Thank you Krishna. I try! But once the summer starts, the deers literally make my life miserable in this part of NJ. They eat away leaves, flowers. You wouldnt believe if I said I dont the color of the rose bush I planted 4 years ago. It becomes big and nice and starts budding and the dear deer eats them away. We put up a fence this year…..hopefully I would know the color 🙂

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  1. I take it you live in the US, since the climate is important. Your flowers are lovely, but you need much more, as you should not be able to see the soil around them. The peaches blooms are magnificent. The fruit will get ripe if you put the fruit inside, in the kitchen, also they can be simmer gently with spices, and served with ice cream.

    If you have time please look up my post Spring into Summer in my Garden

    Joanna

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    1. Thank you Gaby and you are absolutely right. We are yet to put layers of new dirt and mulch for the garden beds. Hopefully this weekend. Its still a bit cold in NJ now.
      I tried to find it on your blog, can you please post the direct link here if you are fine. I would love to check out garden posts, get some ideas and tips and tricks.
      Thank you for stopping by.

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