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April 04, 2011

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Dana

So glad you got the weeping tree. I put in a weeping cherry last year and loved it so much. Starting to get some leaves on it and I am so happy it wintered over. Can't wait to see where you put it.

I love seeing all of the flower pics too Kathleen. I look forward to your blogs!

PlantPostings

Looks like you got the payoff with the Weeping Pussy Willow tree! Great shot of the bee snatching up the pollen! It is amazing, isn't it, how the spring flowers endure the freeze/thaw? Very lovely post!

Donna

You have some beautiful images today, especially your bee. It did not talk long to come in for a landing. Your temps really changed. That was a big drop.

Racquel

What a pretty addition to your garden Kathleen. :)

Lona

Your Primlua and Striped Squill are so beautiful. Great colors for spring. What a fantastic image of the honeybee. I have not saw any here yet but it maybe a little cool yet.

Catherine

What a cute pussy willow! I think it would look great in a container. Our spring weather hasn't been cooperative either. Rain and more rain, and still mostly under 50 degrees for our high (which is very unusual). Hoping nice enjoyable spring weather is around the corner.

Sweetbay

Gorgeous picture of the Pussy Willow and the bee. The bees will be so pleased! I love your Striped Squill and Primula too. Just lovely.

minor

How beautiful they are! Is it difficult to take photos among heavy winds?
It was a kind of topic that April Fool snow have fallen in USA. Is it true?

Victoria

Nice pics. I like the idea of a pussy willow in a container. Always have admired the weeping ones. I may have to copy you!

shady gardener

I've admired that weeping pussy willow, too. I'm going to have to look it up again, as I don't remember how tall it gets. Congratulations - it's a great purchase!

Janet

Beautiful photos Kathleen. I especially like the Squill, so pretty.
I like the graceful arching of a weeping plant as well....though I do not have one. Love that little bee on the pussy willow.

Alice Golden

What a beautiful tree - never seen one of those out this way - is it a new type? The first tree we bought for our yard was a regular willow tree - brought it home in the back of our car when it was about 5' tall and now it is over 25'!

Gorgeous flowers Kathleen! Spring is still struggling to break out here in Boston - hopefully soon.

Kala

Lovely springtime blossoms Kathleen. I absolutely love the photo of the Squill!

Jennifer

Hi Kathleen, That is quite the temperature roller coaster that you have been experiencing! We have yet to have a single warm sunny day although today is looking very promising. Have a great weekend.

Grace

Wow, them are some extreme weather fluctuations. I envy the indoor blooms too. Hopefully things will warm up and stay that way soon.

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absolutely beutifull i just love springtime blossoms..

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