Saturday, March 30, 2013
Today's Flowers and Weekend Flowers: March Ends
I'm going to start with some recent blooms in my yard.
So far only one blooms has opened on this variety of narcissus.
I hope more of these will start blooming soon.
Some of my azaleas which are fairly sheltered have visible buds. As I've mentioned in other posts it's too early for azaleas to bloom as we still have temperatures dropping below freezing at night.
My neighbors forsythia which branches over into my yard is a delight.
I was at a doctor's office when I spotted these pansies.
I like the way there are different colors.
At the same office building I also spotted some camellia buds which will probably start opening before too long.
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Labels: photo ops, photo walks, secret garden, Today's Flowers
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YEY Spring has come!
Happy Easter Weekend.
Exciting photos all of them, it tells us that Spring is here :) Thank you for all these beautiful flowers Carver, and congratulations for winning the Today's Flowers Giveway. Sara's book will be on its way early next week. Have a great week!
These images are enchanted! You are lucky...I can see spring has arrived!
HAPPY EASTER WEEKEND
Beautiful flowers. Happy Easter.
Greetings from the middle of thick snow! We have to wait for our daffodils still many weeks, snow is not even starting to melt.
Thank you for your beautiful spring flowers, it is so promising to see them.
Good Easter weekend to you !
gorgeous blooms! fabulous Spring!
Very lovely flowers.
So many beautiful blossoms!! I think my favourite is the first image of the narcissus, a little shy...
Lovely spring flowers. Happy Easter!
that is a wonderful shot of the Pansy!! I just love the color. It is so nice to see bloggers post their flowers....after such a long winter. Hope you had a great Easter. cheers Nora
You have so many beautiful flowers here. We are waiting for narcissus and other spring flowers to come in april here at the Swedish Westcoast.
So beautiful, Carver! I love the narcissus, and the forsythia particularly. Hoping you have many more blooms soon!
Beautiful early spring! I love seeing it virtually ...beautiful pictures, nice memories.
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