Friday, March 26, 2010

Blooming Friday ~ April 1st, 2010


Spring is here in full force. In the past week even the fields that were brown are now pale green and the daffodils and Redbuds are blooming. Tomorrow it's actually going to be hot -- almost 90 degrees F.




The delicate blossoms of Chicksahaw Plum
 



 


The unfurling petals of Serviceberry
 


Many thanks to Katarina at roses and stuff for hosting Blooming Friday. It has been fun!


18 comments:

  1. Been missing you! Glad you posted. I was getting worried. Hope you enjoy your weekend. Carla

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  2. 90 degrees! I have been swooning that we are getting 70 degrees here. The plum blossoms are so delicate and pretty with their funny bristles-- you captured them beautifully.

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  3. It's beautiful. I keep looking at my serviceberry but so far not sign of life:( Maybe soon. Hot here too. Very nice!

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  4. Supposed to be pretty warm today for us as well. Have really enjoyed seeing the day to day changes in the garden-- a little rain (no more please) a little sun and a little warmth and viola ----
    SPRING!!

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  5. How pretty! The back lighting on the daffs is stunning. Enjoy your toasty weekend! :-)

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  6. Gorgeous pictures of you flowers! Love those plum blooms! Hope you have a joyous Easter!

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  7. Beautiful pictures of the plums! I've wondered how you're doing waterwise. I've seen some pretty high water in my trip to and from work.
    Happy Easter!

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  8. Lovely photos, as usual, Sweet Bay! I hope you have a marvelous Easter weekend. :)

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  9. We've also had some very warm days and all the bulbs have bloomed, even daffodils! I love that Chickahaw plum... I like the blooms on my prunus x cistena, but they're a bit out. Happy Easter!

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  10. I so enjoy your shots - they are fantastic!
    Happy spring!

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  11. Hot????? How can that be? Here we are barely reaching 50 and the WIND blowing a gale. ugh. I almost dislike wind as much as snow. We got rid of the last one but now the wind has replaced it. I'm not sure I'd be ready for 90?? I can't wait for 70 & 80 tho. Will those come back for you or is the heat there to stay?
    Beautiful plum & serviceberry photos. I love that light green hue that shows up in spring. I'm sure it's just beautiful there. Happy Easter to you and your family and good to "see" you again.

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  12. I don't know this tree in our neck of the woods! It's so lovely~~The unfurling petals of the serviceberry are stunning. Have a sweet weekend...gail

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  13. Seviceberry is unfurling here as well, along with many other trees.

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  14. You are certainly further along with Spring blooms than we are here in my world! Nevertheless Spring has sprung and is here to stay!
    ((Happy Easter!))

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  15. Love all your blossoms! The heat is kind of amazing right now and I could live without the humidity. Still...it's spring so I'm thankful.

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  16. Ohhhh....the Chicksahaw Plum blossoms are so pretty and you do an outstanding job with the photos.

    90 degrees? It was something like 77 degrees here last Friday. Hello, summer.

    donna

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  17. Your photos are so beautiful! I was out in the yard today, and it was well into the 80s. I hope summer is not going to come so soon - spring just got here!

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