Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Spring is Everywhere


Bloodroot

Redbud

Grape Hyacinth

Forsythia aka Yellow Bells

Trillium and (below)
 Bradford Pear at the end of its bloom but still lovely.
 
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16 comments:

Ms. A said...

Beautiful!

Thérèse said...

Simply beautiful!

Pat in east TN said...

Doesn't it seem like the colors are more brilliant this year?

Kath said...

The most miraculous thing here. Along I 75 south of Lexington there is a 'field' of wild bradford pears. Busy birds? Just beautiful.

Martin said...

I have to agree with Thérèse, simply beautiful.

Mel said...

Beautiful! I love the bloodroot and redbud! Thanks for sharing your Spring with us - ours has sprung early this year, it is delightful.

Brian Miller said...

smiles...lovely...thanks for giving us a little glimpse of yours...have been out in it much this week...near 80 here every day...

Beth said...

Lovely, Vicki. Like Mel, I particularly love the bloodroot and redbud. When we lived in Boone, the field next to us was slated to be plowed for Christmas tree planting. So I rescued about thirty bloodroot plants that grew in the field next to the treeline and planted them on our property. When we moved here, one of those bloodroots moved with us. I love both the flower and those wonderful leaves.

Star said...

The trillium is fascinating to me. I don't think we have those over here. Just love the Spring, don't you!!

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

My favorite is your bloodroot -- an old Indian plant. -- barbara

Deanna said...

Our Redbuds are gorgeous like yours this year. What a wonderful spring.

Byron Ballard said...

And the violets are so big this year. They were blooming at Christmas so I thought they'd be puny when their time came. Gorgeous spring.

Thérèse said...

P.S Comments not accepted for the tulip dying in beauty...

Merisi said...

Just gorgeous! You are way ahead, beautiful.

Jules said...

Do you know that comments have been disabled on your newest post? was it intentionable? (is that a word?!!!)
I was going to say...
How sad?

Vicki Lane said...

I am clueless as to why comments are disable on the dying tulip post -- it says it was done buy a blog administrator -- and here I'd thought that was me. Will try to get it sorted out.