Friday, February 27, 2009

Flower Garden Journal

Note: Today I discovered several crocus blossoms in my garden. Spring is nearing. The crocus will look pretty with the snowdrops that are still blooming.

15 comments:

  1. a sure sign of Spring! How refreshing!
    Nancy

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  2. Aaahh...the breath of spring...sweet new blossoms reaching for the sun! What a welcomed sight everywhere, but especially in the climate you live in, sweet friend!

    Joyful Friday to you!! :o)
    Blessings,
    Becky

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  3. Oh blessed you! Aren't they striking! (BTW, I did make corn chowder yesterday and it hit the spot!)

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  4. So pretty! I'm quite jealous since we just received 10-12" of snow and the temps are now just 5*. But....I do believe spring is on the way!

    Jody

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  5. Hi again!! Come for a visit!! You inspired my post today!!

    Blessings,
    Becky

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  6. How lovely! I need to plant some crocuses. My daffodils are sending up little shoots and I'm quite excited!

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  7. Crocus are definitely a sign of spring. My favorite time of year. I get so excited seeing them bloom.

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  8. Crocus are definitely a sign of spring. My favorite time of year. I get so excited seeing them bloom.

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  9. How happy you must be to see these pretty little flowers!

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  10. So beautiful! Have a lovely weekend!

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  11. Very pretty! I love the smell of spring!

    Katherine

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  12. What beautiful little flowers with such striking contrasts! Thanks for brightening my day!

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  13. Now there is a good tiding coming from the earth. I hope tonight will be our last cold spell for the year.

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  14. I tooo just found a crocus and was thrilled. CLarice

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  15. I can't even find my crocus yet! sigh

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