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Sunday, March 24, 2013

March Blooms in My Garden Zone 7b. Just Pictures


 













 
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19 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Especially that perfect clump of primroses. It's such a simple, common flower, but I love it. The yellow spot in the middle makes it a wonderful companion to the Daffodils.

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  2. Beautiful... looks like spring is being sweet for you.. hugs, Cherry

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  3. Great spring is in your garden Tatyana. Overhere it's stil cold. I think spring has a bad GPS and lost his way.
    Have a wonderful day.

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  4. So pretty. Spring is well and truly underway for you.

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  5. Everything is still frozen here, so it's nice to see your spring blooms. At least it's spring somewhere!

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  6. Your Hellebore's are so pretty Tatyana but colorful primroses always make me smile. Lovely.

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  7. Mogę tylko podziwiać te piekne wiosenne kwaity u Ciebie, bo u nas śnieg i mróz. Pozdrawiam.
    I can only admire the beautiful spring kwaity for you, because in our snow and frost. Yours.

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  8. These photos are really gorgeous Tatyana, looks like spring has sprung.

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  9. Fabulous images of spring...I hope to show some of these soon when they finally bloom.

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  10. Lovely photos and beautiful spring flowers!

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  11. Hellebores, Daffodils, and Primroses - so pretty in sunshine or in rain!
    Happy Gardening!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  12. I am almost jealous on your spring images. They are real beauties the photos and the flowers. Do you know, other years we have the same spring flowers at the same time flowering, but this year we have an extremely long winter. This morning there were large ice crystals on the reed along the water and it is bitterly cold. The Hellebores are flat on the ground again and only daffodil tête à tête is in flower. I really do like the difference of the seasons and I love wintertime. But this is too long, I am longing for real spring weather.

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  13. Tatyana, You made my day! Your blooms warm my heart as the snow falls and the bitter wind blows across my garden. P. x

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  14. Very pretty. It is spring!

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  15. The word "LOVELY" isn't enough to describe the flowers..

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  16. Beautiful!

    Our spring is late. My daffodils aren't early bloomers, so I'm still waiting on SOMETHING to bloom...did have crocus.

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  17. Ah, at times just pictures are more than enough.

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  18. Your spring is lovely with so much beautiful color. My crocus and daffodils are blooming now and so welcome after this long winter.

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  19. Spring looks fairly similar here, but no primroses yet. And still not much green, but then again, you get so much more rain than we do. I dearly love the shot of the daffs with the purple primroses behind them. Love!

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