Tuesday, April 15, 2008

The Colors of Spring...

in my yard.






14 comments:

joshua said...

I gotta say that this is one of the very best blogs I've ever visited yet.

Congrats! And take these words like a blossom blessing as I'm bloging around.

PALAVROSSAVRVS REX

Adrienne said...

Welcome, Spring, to our part of the world! Thanks for sharing from your yard. Beautiful sights to see. A few weeks ago the world was mostly white. Now it's time for color! ~Adrienne~

Anja said...

Love to see spring has landed in your garden too. I wish it was summer already, but a warm and sunny spring looks great too. Love to see the flowers!

Lucy said...

Wow!! I want to come over and play in your yard!!!! Beautiful pictures, Paula!

Jeni said...

Awesome! Absolutely awesome pictures, colors, flowers, etc.

Tipper said...

I've had to cover some of my plants the past 2 nights due to freezing temps. Yours are looking beautiful!

Stacey's Treasures said...

Wow, What pretty flowers.
Some of the fields are getting green here now. The water is going to get turned on this week, so they will be getting realy green soon.

Susan said...

Spring is coming, you give me hope! Our forecast for tonight calls for possible snow again, but today was very nice, sunny, breezy, and mild although not super warm.
Your flowers look like pictures out of a garden magazine - so pretty!!!!

CB said...

I have enjoyed reading you this winter (that refuses to depart). Our fruit trees' blossoms are turning brown from so many ice assaults and I am unsure if we will have any harvest this fall :(.

Thank-you for making this winter more cozy with your words and sense of humor!

ancient one said...

Love your color!! Spring is the best (except for my allergies:0(

Paula said...

Thank you everyone, for your nice comments. Spring is here, but snow is in the forecast once again. We live at the beach ~ WHAT is going on???

CB ~ Do you have a blog? I couldn't seem to get to it...

Jodi Renshaw said...

I am So jealous. Just beautiful :)

Mary said...

Oh, such beauties. I love all of them. Thanks so much for sharing. I have tulips blooming and my snowdrops have passed for this year. We don't plant anything here until near the end of May because there is always a chance of a hard frost, but the perennials do come up and bloom.

Take care of yourself.
Mary

Cris said...

I'm jealous too... it's been cold here... those are gorgeous!