April 1, 2009

Emergent Spring Color

During these first weeks of Spring on the east coast, our days can often look like this…
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Finding the EMERGENT SPRING COLOR FEST peering through our GREY and BROWN mornings, is a daily delight.

Good Morning Day Lilies…
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Welcome Back Weeping Cherry…
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Hello Magnolia Buds…
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So very good to see you ALL again.

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Comments (15)

artist in NC said:

Beautiful photographs. Our N.C. days look the same. Can’t wait for the trees to burst forth!! Hope you read my MIA comments for you on TP. We’ve missed you!!


Heather Bullard said:

All so beautiful. We hardly have seasons here in southern California so it’s nice to see the changes in your photos. Happy Spring! Smiles, H
PS. The foyer looks fantastic!


Kim @ Forever Wherever said:

The Magnolias are stunning! We are feeling like summer already! :-)
~Kim


Jennifer said:

Beautiful photos Shawn! By the looks of it we are about 3 weeks ahead in our Spring here in Atlanta- which may sound nice until you consider the fine dusting of sulfur yellow pollen covering everything!

Hope to post some pics of my garden when TP gets the “community” up and running. Have a wonderful evening!

Jennifer


Pam said:

Beautiful photos Shawn….are those tree peonies? I am in no way a gardner however, the last house we lived in there were tree peonies and I probably should have dug them up and taken them with me! Did you plant yours?? Peonies are my favorite!


Pat@Back Porch Musings said:

This is beautiful! We’re seeing signs of welcome Spring, here at Lake of the Ozarks. Snow is still a bit of a possibility, but glimpses of green make us very happy!

The photos of the Magnolia buds are gorgeous!


teresa said:

Oh love the Magnolia- can’t wait until mine is blooming.
Thanks for sharing your lovely photos


black eyed susans kitchen said:

Great picture of the magnolia blossom.
?, Susan


Dawn-Hydrangea Home said:

Great flower pics. I am also on the East coast and can’t wait for full blooms!


Mary Ann said:

Shawn,
The colors on your cherry and magnolia trees are stunning. We can really appreciate them now — when we haven’t seen color like that in a long time. Come summer we might not remember what we were missing. Thanks for sharing.
Mary Ann


Debbykay said:

The magnolia’s are gorgeous! Such lovely photos! Thank you for sharing them on this fine spring day.

Happy weekend!
Debbykay at Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm


Sarah Turner said:

We are waiting patiently here too! (Sometimes patiently, sometimes I feel like I’m going out of my mind!) Great pictures!


colleen said:

Brilliant! Prima vera!Thanks for sharing… love the magnolias. Mine are peeking their heads out too! Col


melissa @ the inspired room said:

Beautiful! Sigh, I am so looking forward to the change of seasons!!


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