My youngest son can't wait to have a snowball fight with my spring snowballs.
I have to say these bushes are one of my favorites.
I have them planted all around the house.
I have been lucky to have low branches root themselves into smaller bushes.
I let them grow for a few years untouched, then they are dug out and put into a new garden.
These bushes were transplants to newer gardens when we built our addition 4 years ago.
This big bush is outside our kitchen window.
Behind the large snowball bush is the back deck.
They provide great privacy.
Here are two large snowball bushes on the East side of the house.
This big beautiful mass of white flowers is a bridal spirea bush.
These are probably my favorite bush.
I have these bushes planted all around the house.
They are in need of a trim, I can't do it until after we enjoy the flowers.
There is some of that hot pink I am planting in my pots this year.
I am almost done planting the pots on the back deck.
These are pictures of the front yard gardens.
The arbor will soon be covered in pink and white roses.
Just look at that sky.
I was able to get these pictures taken just before the rain and lightning came.
This is a good picture to show you how the snow ball bushes and spirea bushes are around the house.
It still amazes me when I look at pictures of the gardens.
There was nothing here but farm land 16 years ago.
We did this.
I planted these gardens and trees.
This picture is from the front yard standing next to the willow tree.
Such a long driveway, sometimes I wonder what we were thinking.
So, can I interest anyone in a spring snowball fight?