Monday, April 6, 2015

Come into the garden. . . . . . .


Everything's blooming!




Everything's starting to look beautiful!




14 comments:

  1. It is looking very beautiful there Mary. Wow! We had snow on Saturday again and it's -17 here this morning (almost zeroF!!!!). We are getting so tired of the snow and cold as there seems to be no end to it. We did have a great Easter weekend though despite the weather. It was so nice to see your pretty photos this morning. Have a lovely day. xx

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  2. Your flowers are beautiful - spring is so wonderful.

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  3. The garden is really coming alive -- so colorful and bright! I loved your Easter post, how you did the eggs in the glass dome, it turned out so cute! I hard-boiled some eggs yesterday, but we were so busy that we STILL have not dyed or decorated them, haha! Guess I'll have a belated-Easter craft project this week... xx

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  4. Such lovely bright colours for your spring flowers.

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  5. Beautiful garden. Don't you just love when the earth comes alive.
    Your pictures just make me smile.

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  6. That tulip looks like it was painted by an artist - beautiful!! Enjoy your spring garden, Mary. The forsythias and star magnolias are blooming now. The cherry blossoms are starting, too. cheers

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  7. It's always a treat to visit your garden. The colors on your tulip are gorgeous and I like how the tulip and pansies coordinate so well with your garden shed. The white flower in your third photo is something that has appeared in my garden this year too. It seems it was part of the landscape around the waterfall. I am really liking it.
    Hope you enjoyed a nice Easter.

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  8. Wow! Such beauty. I can't wait until we can have outdoor flowers once again...pretty little pots on the porch and patio and things blooming in my perennial gardens.

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  9. Gorgeous colorful blooms and blossoms! Spring has sprung!

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  10. Oh, so lovely Mary. You are making me miss NC. Spring has definitely arrived.

    Maria

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  11. I love to see your garden in any season Mary but Spring brings something special!
    The combination of tulips alongside the smiling faces of the pansies are a real joy!
    I see the creepers on your little garden cottage have come to life - the cottage design fits into the garden beautifully - much more interesting than the obligatory garden shed so common in our gardens!
    Spring has well and truly sprung!

    Shane x

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  12. Really beautiful, and I love your garden shed!

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