I also have the forsythia in bloom and the hamamelis Mollis, some daffodils, some muscari and a beautiful veronica with really blue, blue flowers..... Happy spring.
Good Morning Gayle, Hoorah, Spring is here....well at least in your part of the world.I love Forsythia and tend to use it for displaying faux Easter Eggs, as normally Easter is when Forsythia flowers in my part of the world.I do have some daffodils peeping through the soil....I can't wait for them to flower.Have a lovely day.Best WishesDahne
Very pretty, it's always nice to see things begin to bloom and green up! Enjoy:@)
Gorgeous photos. Our thrift is currently blooming. The neighbor's Bradford pear trees and tulips are blooming.
What beautiful blooms. I've started to see the green of future daffodils coming up. Not much yet. We're all anxious!
Great pictures! I don't have much blooming yet. Crocuses are about done. A few daffs and some scilla. Pretty though.
So pretty! Our forsythia is now blooming too.
Nadda, nadda nothing blooming here . . . just several inches of rain! You are much further into flowering . . . thanks for the cheery flowers.
Oh so pretty - spring is so wonderful.
I saw some forsythia blooming in D.C. but not yet in my hometown. I love forsythia and bradford pears. Both are so pretty. I would welcome them both and I hope they get to blooming here soon. :)
Beautiful. Our roses are going crazy and my dianthus has come back strong. Love the vinca! Happy Spring!
Our Forsythia bushes arevery pretty right now.We put our potatoes in onSaturday (late due to theweather) More to come later.I did another Autism post yesterdayand tried to answer your questionfrom last week.M :)
Oh, the periwinkles are lovely.
Beautiful pictures of the color that is popping out around you, Gayle!
These are lovely blooms! I have two roses in my garden now, one has just wilted and the other just bloomed. Both are beautiful to me. Enjoy Spring!
So pretty!!! xo Heather
Your spring is so much farther along than ours. We are finally going to get warm weather this weekend. So we do have hopes. Loved seeing your blooms in the meantime!Hugs from Holland ~Heidi
Well my dear, there is NOTHING blooming in my garden. Still under snow. But I keep my eyes on the pussy willows so I can go cut some as soon as they bud out.
It is funny to see all my Northern hemisphere blog friends getting excited about Spring when we are saying good riddance to the heat of summer and we are welcoming the cool breezes of Autumn. The temperatures are the same as Spring and many flowers bloom too or still. It is lovely to see the flowers from up there though.
How lovely to see some flowers!The vinca is so pretty!Still wet and horrid int he UK, but plenty of daffodils around now, and my Ribes (flowering currant) is in full bloom at last!Enjoy your flowers!
GORGEOUS! We are getting pops of color everywhere too! I am loving it. Have a great weekend! :)
Pretty flowers and photos. I am thankful our area Magnolia trees have note been effected by the overnight low temps. It is beginning to look more like Spring, just wished the temperature would know that.
Pretty! I can't wait till my new plum trees bloom but for now, I'm enjoying as sorts of flowering bulbs!!! ♥
Aren't those first spring flowers magical?
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