A peek at the witch’s garden in May by Linda Ursin | 16 comments Things are happening fast in the witch’s garden this month. Everything’s growing like crazy. So I wanted to show you a few of the pictures I’ve taken so far this month. I’ll be making a garden tour video soon, with more of the plants I have, but I want to clean the garden a bit first 😀 16 Comments Kelly L McKenzie on 13.05.2015 at 21:56 Wow – life is a blooming in your part of the world. It is here as well. I should be outside now working on getting it under some sort of weeded control. Thank you for the nudge. Reply Linda Ursin on 13.05.2015 at 22:31 Yes, it is 🙂 I need to get mine cleaned up too. I promised Jamie Ridler a video of the garden for her Spring Garden Hop. So I’ll have to get going on that soon. Reply laura on 14.05.2015 at 01:37 Your garden is beautiful. We bought a house in the country last September so I have been planting veggies and flowers for the last few months and am totally loving having my own, home grown everything! Reply Linda Ursin on 14.05.2015 at 07:47 Thanks Laura 🙂 I skipped the ugly parts. Sounds like you’ll have a lovely garden soon. Would love to see it. Reply Deborah Weber on 14.05.2015 at 03:43 What a fun peek into your lovely garden. I LOVE this time of year when everything is fresh and new. A chance to get reacquainted with old friends and perhaps introduce a few new ones as well. I look forward to your video tour later. Reply Linda Ursin on 14.05.2015 at 07:48 Yes, it’s a lovely time 🙂 I’m going to have to introduce quite a few new ones this year, to fill the space after the ones I had to remove. Reply Thomas Maiello on 14.05.2015 at 04:09 Fascinating pics. A joy to grow plants with intention and have the play along. Works really good if you can had sun and shade areas. Looks like you have a rich and diverse garden. Thomas Maiello Reply Linda Ursin on 14.05.2015 at 07:51 I have every kind of area, almost. The North side is still undeveloped though. I’ve been thinking of planting something there too. Reply kimberly on 14.05.2015 at 12:54 Do you do herbology also? I’d love to hear about plant usage in your blog if you do. Reply Linda Ursin on 14.05.2015 at 15:38 I’ve worked with herbs for over 20 years 🙂 There’s quite a bit about herbs on the blog. You can find them as a sub category under Blog in the main menu. Reply Anna on 14.05.2015 at 13:12 I am having winter now in Soth America. I miss Europe more when spring wakes up in the other speher. Especially that where I am, there’s no visible seasons, no many plants, no leaves no fall, no flowers to bloom. Enjoy your beautiful garden. Reply Linda Ursin on 14.05.2015 at 15:39 Thanks Anna 🙂 I’ve said I’m never moving further South than I already have. I like my changing seasons Reply Liesl Garner | Love.Sparks.Art on 14.05.2015 at 20:45 We are so behind on getting our garden in this year. Thank you for the motivation to go out there and start tackling it again. This is beautiful! Reply Linda Ursin on 17.05.2015 at 15:31 I’m way behind too Liesl 🙂 These are the pretty spots 😀 Reply Harmony Harrison on 14.05.2015 at 20:58 It’s so much fun to peek into people’s gardens, especially when they live in different regions from me. My favorite plant is “Don’t Remember the Name.” It looks a bit like plantain… but then again, it looks a lot unlike it, too. 🙂 Reply Linda Ursin on 14.05.2015 at 22:43 I think so too Harmony 🙂 I just remembered the name of it, it’s Turk’s Cap Lily. The plant looks a lot different when it gets bigger. The higher leaves resemble those of Woodruff. Here’s a picture of the flower: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v223/svehex/Garden/HPIM0230.jpg Reply Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Submit Comment Related Posts:DIY Houses to Make It Easier for Bees to SurviveSelling out? Not really. I need spaceYou can watch my art live on facebook Get notified when there's something new on the blog. SUBSCRIBE! You have Successfully Subscribed!