MARCH 2Oth is HERE!!!
Been out in my yard today making plans. Planning all kinds of planters to be filled and small manageable in the ground flower beds. I got out in the yard today….GETTING READY FOR SPRING……
Used my new pair of Lopping Shears my husband bought me. He knows I love to go around and cut “odd and ugly” limbs off our trees as high as I can reach, I am 5’2 so that’s now far. My old shears were at least 20 years old. Amazing how they have improved.
To celebrate Spring I had an idea…..
I noticed some Facebook friends posting pictures of flowers coming up in their yard and other places. I’m collecting them to post here. Check back, I will keep adding them as they come in or I might even take a few myself….
Here’s the first one I saw……
|My friend Shelia’s son took this in Asheville, NC|
Oh how I love the first Daffodils of the year…..
These are going to be in my yard and blooming by mid summer I hope!
Another friend posted this picture of a Retreat Center in England where he was attending a Retreat. Heard they had a harsh winter I think this might have been a Spring picture in the past…..
Our friends Blake and Sandra shared this picture looks like Azalea’s blooming in their yard already.
Walking out of the doctor’s office the other day I looked down and there it was, every gardener’s “hate to find”…. the dreaded Dandelion.
This is the prettiest picture of a Garden display in a Wheel Barrow posted by Shelia…
This gave me the idea to look for more Wheel Barrow ideas, it’s a great container for a planter…….
This Wheel barrow has been around for a long time. Can’t you imagine all the hauling it provided for someone for so many years. It must go way back in time. And now it has been retired but still able to “Bloom Where It Is Planted“…..
This one looks like an old gentleman that has been restored and full of beautiful flowers for it to whole one more time…….
Looks like someone made a Wheel Barrow of their flowers and did a good job!!!….
These are Cherry Trees in Japan must be a pretty sight!!!
And… what is Spring without the pretty colors of Tulips. Once in Michigan we rounded a curve and there it was a field of Tulips!!!
Walking around our property I noticed these little purple flowers blooming. Years ago, I planted just a little sprig here and there a friend gave me and now they are producing smiles of Spring everywhere!!!
We are home from our weekend in Atlanta had a nice stay at the Hampton Inn / Alpharetta and it was busting all over with Spring. Our schedule was so busy I only had time to take pictures outside our hotel but they were so beautiful with all the colors of pansies, azaleas and dogwoods in season….Take a look and enjoy!…
These little flowers seem to be left over from last year and I didn’t want to leave them out…
The azalea’s were gorgeous!
The pansies were all colors the landscaper did a good job placing the colors to make a colorful bouquet in the beds…
These azalea’s had large blooms made them look like orchids…
So that’s my takes hope they made you feel you were on my trip with me….
Got one more… our friend Jim Colwell just posted this Spring delight. When I was young I called it the “Yellow Belle Brush” but the official name is Forsythia…..