Intoxication

Feeling intoxicated by the scent of Lilac, Allysum and Lily of the Valley that  perfume the garden.  Sweet spring……

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3 Responses to Intoxication

  1. annieb says:

    Yum – I miss lilac.

    It’s almost Jasmine time here – we have a Night Blooming Jasmine and an Orange Jasmin. The Orange Jasmin smells almost like lilacs – but apparently you can’t get it anymore. My Husband has been rooting some seeds from it – once they get a bit stronger he will plant them behind the lanai.

  2. Karen says:

    Your garden IS intoxicating, it is rather shady and protected and the fragrances are captured there. You have always had the knack of growing beautiful flowers and veggies, a green thumb for sure. Your garden this year is enchanting and i am so honored to have planted in my own a few of your gems! Thank you

  3. Diane says:

    You caught me standing under my lilacs and other favorite spots in my gardens just inhaling wafts of sweet scents coming from them. Spring and rebirth of the earth is a heady scent of itself, mixed with the smells of the fecund earth and newly mown grass and you’ve lost me.

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