Sunday, April 19, 2015

A Sunday Stroll

Wood Hyacinth

Azaleas, Pink Dogwood, and Redbud

Buckeye Bloom


Purple Trilium aka Wake Robin





Dwarf Crested Iris


Yellow Violet

Bleeding Heart

5 comments:

jennyfreckles said...

Such treasures. The wood hyacinth must be our bluebell, by the look of it. I've never seen a yellow violet, in fact that is a bit of a funny name!

Mary Anne Rudolph said...

Halberd leaf yellow violet- a halberd is a battle axe. There are other yellow violets whose leaves have different shapes.

Barbara Rogers said...

Such a riot of colors spring gives us to wallow in...while working or not.

Kath Marsh said...

Thank you for the photos! The plant life here is very like yours, and I learn so much from you.

Love that the buckeyes are the first to put on those green baby leaves. Even if they shed first in the late summer.

Ms. A said...

Beautiful stroll and I feel like I get to share it with you, since I can't be there for myself.