Sunday, March 23, 2008

Who Doesn't Love Spring Flowers






The daffy's and the hyacinths are almost over and done for. Next are the azaleas, bridal wreath, planted annuals such as the blue moon torenia I got from the growers outlet and clarkia. The forget me knots, ice plant, primroses are still going strong. What is going on in your garden..

10 comments:

Andrea's Garden said...

Hi there, hope you have a nice Easter holiday and not tornado damaged? Read about it in the news and got worried about grandma who lives in Atlanta. Well, not too much blooming yet in our garden, but near the Alps were are always at least a month behind the rest of the world. Andrea

Me said...

The rainbow is lovely...

theysaywordscanbleed said...

such pretty flowers.

Arlene,
University Place florist

clairesgarden said...

the daffs have come out in full force here over the last couple of days, theres a couple of hyacinths ready to come out. its so nice to have these bursts of colour after such a dreary winter

kris said...

I love spring flowers - but think it will awhile yet before I see any in my gardens - so thank you for sharing yours!! Very pretty.

Shady Gardener said...

We are just now having "greenery" appear, as well as the earliest crocus. Yea! :-)

Connie said...

Wow, that rainbow is awesome! We are having a cool spring here...the wildflowers are the only thing that has dared to bloom yet. :-) My daffodils have had buds for some time, but seem to be in a holding pattern... waiting for warmth before they open.

Shellie said...

Lovely shots. What is in my garden? Dead stuff from last fall and toys and socks and utensils and stuff. Seems my "kindergarden" has gotten the upper hand the last few years. Hoping this year's a little better.

walk2write said...

Where I live right now in southern Illinois, daffs, early tulips, forsythia, pear trees, etc. are blooming (in other people's gardens), and I planted some pansies in a small bed in front of our apartment. Back home in Florida, the azaleas are in their glory (so my daughter tells me), wild phlox are taking over my front porch flower bed, and the Carolina jessamine is smelling sweet. By the time I get home in May, my roses should be going strong.

Marie said...

I too love spring flowers. Our spring in northern Montana is late, and a drought is once again upon us.... BUT being an avid gardener,I have organized community garden parties. It lightens the hearts of discouraged farmers. It also provides a great amount of joy for me knowing that I can invite people to sit and enjoy my garden because of environmentally friendly insect and pest management. Organic gardening to sooth the soul.... now that's a winner! Check it out at the linked website! STRESS FREE GARDENING! :)
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