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April 23, 2009


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Spring sometimes has a way of sneaking up on us. We get a warm day and all the blooms seem to pop open before our eyes.


kathleen, There IS nothing like spring! It's a joy every day to be in a garden...Something new to see every hour! Your daffs are beautiful! I love the one with the gentle coloring...when you find it's label I want her name! I moved mine after the bloom and a few discreet tags helped me keep track of the varieties! But they will surely be surprises in the beds I moved them to next year! gail


Spring has burst upon us here, also.
Those daffodils with the salmon tulip is just lovely!


It sure does look like spring! The viburnum flowers are very pretty. Do they smell good?
I need to try alliums. I think they are so interesting and love what they add. The photo of the bud is great!


Kathleen, How wonderful to finally see blooms! Spring has been in our area for so long that I have been feeling a bit guilty about all the gardeners in the part of the world that are still waiting!


Look at all those beautiful blooms! I love the subtle pink coloring on the cup of that last Daff you pictured. :)

Shady Gardener

What a wonderful time of year! Yes, we can acknowledge that Winter gives us such a huge anticipation and appreciation of Spring! :-)


And here we are going straight to summer-would love spring back! Your combinations are gorgeous.


Beautiful blooms! I love Spring time!!!(-: Alliums are so cool too. Last year was the first time I had them in my garden. I can't wait to see them bloom again this year(-:


Never seen a white daffadil like that; it's petals look almost like onion skin paper. What color will that allium be? I've only seen the purple ones bloom, but never planted any myself, it is interesting to know what it looks like before it blooms. Thanks for sharing.

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