Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Garden Tuesday: On Wednesday

Two of my smaller rhododendrons out front are blooming merrily - they opened up yesterday.



So why is the bigger one stubbornly refusing to flower?

Oh, well, that just means more flowers in a couple of weeks.

8 comments:

Blond Duck said...

It's a determined little flower!

Rhodesia said...

Better that they do not all flower at once, far more pleasure if they bloom at different times. I was only complaining to my husband yesterday that all the peonies are out now, they look wonderful but only for a couple of weeks a year! Hope all is well Diane

Two French Bulldogs said...

It looks so pretty and big
Lily & Edward

Pam said...

Pretty! Ours haven't bloomed yet but they look like they will very soon.

Big Dude said...

I love Rhodys

Sue said...

I love that color. In Maryland we had a row of eight azalea plants against the fence. Every year there was one plant that bloomed about three weeks after all the others. I looked forward to that late bit of color.

SissySees said...

Beautiful. The @#$^ deer ate ours, which is why there aren't as many blooms.

Pam said...

We have one and I don't believe it has ever bloomed!