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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Can we get tired of blossoms?




10 comments:

  1. you've got bluebells too, how cool

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  2. I never tire of the Spring blooms! Our neighbors azaleas are exceptionally stunning this year.

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  3. In a word: NO! there can never be too many flowers. Love the bluebells; I wonder if they grow this far north.

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  4. Not even when we are sneezing our heads off. (I never blame the sneezing on the flowers...always on the trees.)

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  5. Your azaleas look wonderful. The blue flowers at top are so wonderful to see. I am sure they would never survive our winters.

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  6. I am so glad that blooms aren't held back when a neighbor's house is empty, and her fence that separates our yards just sparkles.

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  7. Barbara -- The park across from my home is full of bluebells growing in patches quite naturally here and there. I have my computer positioned so it looks out a window over the park and I really enjoy the constant blooms I have been seeing this spring -- started with the daffs. Nice post -- barbara

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  8. No never! I haven't even gotten to see any around my yard yet this year!

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  9. Maybe if it went all all year -- but they come and go so quickly -- daffs and forsythias only a memory dogwood and fruit blossoms fading fast -- but here come the tree peonies and the iris!

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