Monday, February 6, 2012

Incautious Bloomers?














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15 comments:

Ms. A said...

That's quite a few bloomers. I've seen a few around here, too.

Thérèse said...

Scary for the future of these little ones!

Martin said...

Great shots, Vicki. The fourth one is stunning.

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

It's spring and we're missing it..... I've never seen all of the tulips we planted bloom either. Maybe we should get in the car and head north. It's summertime in Florida already.

Great photos as always Vicki.
Sam

June said...

What did I read...? ...about somebody needing to release the honeybees early this year or some big deal big draw wouldn't bloom...?
Could it have been the cherry trees in Washington DC?

Brian Miller said...

very cool....i esp like the vine pic with all the curly Q off shoots....

Linda@VS said...

Beautiful! All those buds look so hopeful.

Star said...

Very incautious from where I'm sitting Vicki! We have a few primroses trying to flower, but no daffodils yet. Too cold!

Carolyn said...

While it's heartening to see the buds of spring, I find it scary, too. I don't want to see the blossoms and new growth zapped by a hard frost. I remember that Easter freeze, what was it - 2009? It got down to single digits on 'our' mountain, made much worse coming after a warm early spring. Lost several ornamental plants/shrubs that year and it took a toll on fruit crops in the area. But they keep predicting a warmer than usual spring. . .

Bouncin Barb said...

Ahh, the hope for spring! Beautiful pictures Vicki as always. Thanks.

Suz said...

do I hear those dafs singing the hallelujah chorus?

NCmountainwoman said...

Same thing happening around here. I hope we can return to normal temperatures soon.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Interesting shapes throughout your photos -- spring is coming to your gardens -- barbara

jennyfreckles said...

I can only reply that here winter draw(er)s on !

Kath said...

Natural optimism.