My daughter is coming to visit next week so I needed to move the piles of quilts off the guest bed. I'm also giving a program for a guild at the end of June so I'm sorting the quilts into traveling and staying home piles.
There are more piled on the coffee table and couch. I have shown all of these quilts on my blog before so there is nothing new here. I think I have shown more than 250 quilts so far in the almost 7 years that I have had my blog. Some day maybe I'll go back and count them.
In the late afternoon I went out to the backyard and cut down volunteer trees again getting ready for brush pick up next week. I didn't know what this bush was that has been growing by a redbud tree for about 3 years. This year it bloomed and now I know it is Honeysuckle, the non fragrant variety, so I cut it down and put it out in the brush pile.
The peonies are really blooming now. This is one of the early bushes.
I love the pink ones most of all.
The native plant Heliotrope is in bloom and very fragrant. Right now my Korean Lilac bush is in bloom, also fragrant and with the peonies and Heliotrope added, the backyard smells wonderful.