Tuesday, March 15

Spring Awakening





No commentary needed, right?
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15 comments:

Beverly said...

Absolutely none needed. Those lovly flowers speak for themselves. We are enjoying beautiful spring weather here in Florida, even though we don't have the spring flowers that you do.

As we say, it's just another day in paradise. I have to remember that when the heat and humidity come later on.

Sparkling Red said...

I can't wait until there are flowers blooming in Toronto! It's going to be a few more weeks, probably. There are still bits of snow that haven't melted and the ground is still frozen. Soon, though, very soon.

Nancy said...

One of the best things I enjoyed about living in Pennsylvania and Virginia at the same time was that I had two Springs.

The first in Late March in Virginia and it was beautiful. Then home for a weekend in Pennsylvania in May and guess what? Another Spring.

Two complete sets of Daffodils,tulips and forsythia because Virginia was so much further South than Pennsylvania and everything bloomed so much earlier..

It was wonderful!

Tabor said...

Great!!

MLight said...

We took a long walk in downtown Hillsborough last Saturday. I was amazed at how many violets were blooming. For some reason, this year, after how cold parts of the winter were, I'm more amazed at spring than usual.

Olga said...

In Vt, we will see daffodils in April, but usually don't have violets til May and grape hyacinths in June. How lovely to have them all together.

Arkansas Patti said...

It really is coming, no doubt now, the flowers have spoken.
Now if it will just dry up a bit, I need to mow.

Sheri said...

Beautiful. You are so lucky to live some place warm. We still have a pile of snow in our driveway that refuses to melt!

Grannymar said...

I think you are about 6 months ahead of my garden! :( I enjoyed your Spring.

Joy Des Jardins said...

Nope, no commentary needed....just love to look at those gorgeous flowers. I may even see some popping up around these parts soon with the warmer temps coming our way. I'll take whatever I can get.

sewa mobil said...

Very nice, thanks.

srp said...

Oh spring has sprung... now is the nail biting time to see what has survived the winter in the flowerbeds. I am also anxiously wondering when the black swallowtail butterflies will emerge from their winter chrysalides.

Pat said...

Judy: I've just published all my photos at once instead of just the four, by clicking on 'thumbnail' in one of the columns. And they were the normal size

Celia said...

Joyful flowers, thanks for the pix.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Oh....How BEATIFUL!!! I cannot believe that Spring is there already....I can remember being back easy during the time my mother was dying, and we had SNOW all through March! She died on April 2....and it was still very very cold...!

I'm so happy for you Judy. To be surrounded by the beauty of nature----there is nothing better!