Saturday, March 05, 2011

Today's Flowers: Narcissus and Camellias

We are having a very pretty early spring with camellias and narcissus blooming.
It's still getting below freezing some nights but is warm enough during the day to encourage spring blooms.
I can't remember a prettier early spring than the one this year.
That said my garden is a total wreck. I haven't managed to get energetic enough to clean out any of my flower beds.
Thank goodness for close-up and macro shots which hide the mess.
Click for the home of today's flowers.


Chubskulit Rose said...

Those are beautiful blooms!

My Flower post, have a blessed Sunday!

Unknown said...

Thnak you for comment!!
I love to see some springflowers in my garden, but have to wait.
Great pictures!!

NatureFootstep said...

I like the camelias better. :)

Mom Daughter Style said...

beautiful flowers.

Smalltown RN said...

oh my goodness! We are no where near flowers blooming...I see the head of the daffodils peaking out...but it's a little while yet before we will see any.

Lovely photos!

Arija said...

I feel for you, I am in the same boat. The garden - and the house - are beyond me.

Lovely flowers and I too thank the Lord for close ups.

Cezar and Léia said...

Your lovely pictures bring the feeling of Spring, it's so wonderful!
I love camelias!

Caron said...

I want scratch 'n sniff internet!

EG CameraGirl said...

WOW! I think spring may be late here so I'm surprised to see all the beautiful blossoms!

Míriam Luiza said...

Que lindas fotos! As flores estão maravilhosas!

Jeanne Sather said...

These are beautiful shots! My camellias (in Seattle) are budding but not blooming, but I have lots of crocuses and a few early narcissus.

I'm trying to start some vegetable seeds inside, and may make little greenhouses for them (with plastic bags) when they first go outside. Seattle is heading into a cold spring ...

Carletta said...

I'm late getting around this week Carver but so glad I didn't miss these. They are all so full and lush looking.
I probably have at least two or three more weeks so I'll virtually enjoy these.

Thanks for your Sunday visit.