Wednesday, July 1, 2015

NEW GROWTH EVERYWHERE


It's most obvious on the pines...
Tis the season..so pretty.
 





 Pine cones in the making??






"Rhodies"



 Pieris
This shrub had a rough start..
This is its third year and it's pushing out lots of new growth.
You know what they say about plantings..

First year, they sleep
Second year, they creep
Fourth year , they leap
 


Maples




This is a Winterberry bush
 with new growth where you don't want it.
I'll have to nip them off at their origins if it cools off soon.




Happy July (already) !!


10 comments:

Mildred said...

Beautiful pictures. We have a blue deodora tree that is struggling a little in the heat this summer. Hope you have a great day.

eileeninmd said...

Happy July, Missy! I love the pretty pines and your Pieris, cute saying. The maples are gorgeous too. Have a happy Wednesday!

Lilasesazuis Gata said...

Oh, Missy,

Julho chegou e a natureza está exuberante!!

beijinhos, tenha um mês de muitas bençãos!

Lígia e =^.^=

NanaDiana said...

You have LOTS of new growth. Okay - did you MEAN to write FOURTH year they leap instead of THIRD year they leap? lol
My New Dawn rose is finally starting to grow this year- I planted it last year and it just SAT there....hoping it is good and strong for this winter. xo Diana

Tessa~ Here there be musing said...

Must look up how/where to pinch off petunias... Some are getting toooo leggggy. ,-)

Susie said...

Missy, You have some nice things growing around your area. I love your Japanese maple. I love the baby pine cones. :):) Blessings for a wonderful fun filled 4th. xoxo,Susie

Kimberly~Nutbrown Cottage said...

I'm always excited when I see new growth on our plants, even though it means some work for me later on. Loved the "growth tour"! Take care, Missy!

Diane said...

July did get here in a hurry. Very nice pictures!

"...E...", from VA, Beth said...

i agree with you ... July already ... so wild. i love anything pine ... i guess they call them conifer ... they have such character. when we were visiting Bryson canyon, the tour guide told us of folks who smell trees, so wild i thought but they do have a very fragrant smell. happy day!! ( :

Lynne said...

Love . . . LOVE . . . your lush pine and spruce tree photos!
(Wool sock weather here, 47 this morning!)
Happy weekend my friend . . .