Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Signs of Spring around Home

This past Saturday, I decided to explore right around home for signs of Spring. Below are some of the items I found. Enjoy!

 Johnny Jump Ups blooming in our rose bed

 A couple of red blossoms with many more buds
on a shrub in the hedgerow

 Daffadils at the trunk of tree with a few buds

 A hyacinth with buds

 purple crocuses on our neighbor's property

 More crocuses on our neighbor's property

A row of daffadils in our hedgerow

18 comments:

  1. How Pretty! I so love the red blossoms...but am thrilled with all these new colors!!!!

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    1. Thanks, Dawn. After winter with its limited colors, the colors of Spring are always so refreshing.

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  2. Wow, Spring is showing it's self in your part of the world. Wonderful.

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    1. Thanks, Horst in Edmonton. Spring is coming early but it is wonderful!

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  3. really like that second shot! :)

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    1. Thanks, Kirsten. I love it, too. :)

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  4. Merci de ta visite sur mon blog.
    Le printemps semble en avance chez toi.
    Bonne journée.
    :))

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    1. Thanks, Chez Madeleine. Spring is arriving according some two to four weeks early in our area.

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  5. Ohh, already spring is arrived with its beautiful colors. I planted last autumn crocuses and there is no signs of them yet.

    Tim, these are such beautiful pictures. It's a joy to see them. And colors are magnificent.

    Great, so great!!!!

    Kaya

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    1. Thanks, Kaya. The colors of Spring are magnificent indeed!

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  6. Rather leaves than flowers of daffodils this year, didn't you notice that, Tim ?
    March is here and brought Spring, it's the same each year...

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    1. Thanks, Marguerite. Yes, spring comes every year but in many respects it is quite early this year.

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  7. Your season is well ahead of ours, and I suspect well ahead of what it's been any previous year. Yikes, you have a lot blooming.

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    1. Thanks, Ted Roth. You are right that the earliness of this Spring is quite unusual.

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  8. You are waaaaay ahead of us, Tim, but hopefully not for long. Thanks for the appetizer!

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    1. Thanks, Ginny. Glad you enjoyed the view!

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  9. Nice pictures of a spring that comes with force

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    1. Thanks, Victor. Glad you enjoyed the tour.

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