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Friday, March 21, 2008

Greening, Budding and Blooming

Amelanchier canadensis and daffodils in the Vinca; Forsythia in background
Trillium and toothwort
Lilac Wonder T bakeri

Matt's Lilac For his momma
Jet Fire with the Heuchera
Forsythia


May you all have a lovely weekend and a very tasty chocolate bunny. See you on Monday.

Gail

13 comments:

  1. Gail .. I'm so jealous you have a bit of Spring to catch with pretty these photos . The yellow of the Forsythia always cheers me up : )
    Very nice indeed ... now where did I hide that chocolate bunny ?
    Joy

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  2. Joy,

    Hey there as we say in the south. How are you? I am heading to cold weather to see my mom...back in the 30s brrr...

    See you Monday!

    Gail

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  3. Hi Gail, that chocolate bunny sounds good to me, I don't have a single one in the house right now :-(

    Lovely photos, they look so cheerful!

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  4. Melanie,

    No chocolate in the house....It will all be on sale on Sunday! You can stock up then.

    Glad you stopped by to see the spring....Your post on taking photos is in my head, it just hasn't transferred to my camera.

    Gail

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  5. A very nice scene in that first photo. It seems like forsythia around here should be blooming now because it is Easter weekend, but it is early yet!

    Carol, May Dreams Gardens

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  6. Carol,

    I love forsythia, it's a wonderful backdrop...I am still working on being a better photographer...buy gardening gets in the way!

    Gail

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  7. lovely pics. my trillium are not up yet and yours are so big!

    be safe in mo as there is alot of flooding. stop by on your way back to nashville if you have the time. i'll be here working in the garden..

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  8. I hope you have a lovely weekend too. My daughter bought me a chocolate bunny and it is long gone. I'd take another.

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  9. tina,

    This is the only T that is up, I hope it isn't the only one that survived the BIG DRY HEAT last summer...also, there isn't a sign of the blue phlox in my garden or my neighbors. We'll see. I will have to wave we are on a tight schedule. See you,

    Gail

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  10. Robin,

    I have chocolate and would love to share it! No unnies, though. Aren't adult children wonderful....they sometimes give us gifts!
    Gail

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  11. maybe next time you pass thru you can stop. be careful and have a safe trip.

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  12. It was sunny yesterday but today we're having snow and hail. Very unusual in my nick of the woods. Lovely spring pics on your blog, thanks for sharing them!

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  13. yolanda elizabet,

    That is terrible weather...I am out of town and will return today...hopefully we didn't have a frost while I was away.
    I wish the phoyos were top notch but for what I do they are okay!
    Glad you stopped by.

    Gail

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