Thursday, March 19, 2009

How I Love Spring!!!

Did a lot of garden hopping today. Visited three! Here's what's blooming.

Daffodils!!!








Magnolias!!!






Camellias!!!






13 comments:

Randy Emmitt said...

don't ya just love those camileas! makes me want to stop at Sara P Duke Gardens and see the camileas in bloom

Bren said...

Wondeful photos of spring... I am a few weeks behind you. Can't wait till see my yard light up like yours. Happy Planting enjoy the spring!

Heather said...

garden hopping looks like fun when things are in bloom. Keep posting the pretty pics. Those of us without flowers are living through yours for now.
-Heather

Joanne said...

We've got a ways to go before New England is as in bloom as that! Beautiful photos.

Clare said...

Thanks for the beautiful pictures of your garden hops. I am proud of my two camelia bushes in the backyard. They are doing so great. My poor royal blue plumbago and hibiscus are still suffering from the frost damage, I dont know what to do.

Daffodils are a lovely reminder that spring is here!!

Monica the Garden Faerie said...

I like the camellias, wish me could grow them in Michigan! On the positive side, I noticed a whole clump of tulip foliage, yesterday, which I *swear* was not there the previous day!!

sweet bay said...

What a beautiful spread of daffodils!!

Do you know the name of the double pink camellia? (4th photo)

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

There's a lot blooming down there! Happy Spring!

Roses at Wedgwood House and Gardens said...

Wonderful photos of Spring, Flower! ("Flower" was a pet name we used when I lived in England. It is the closest I can get to your blog name.:)- hope you do not mind) Anyhow the previous photos also of the daffodil posies are stunning. Thanks for showing them! I am enjoying your blog and your entusiasm for gardening. It is all very well done, thank you!
Pauline

Stu said...

The Magnolias are putting on a great show right now. No doubt the star magnolias will take a beating with the frost tonight though (nothing unusual there, star magnolias seem to enjoy getting frostbitten!)

Toni said...

ohhhh. Magnolias. mmmmmm. How in the world do you ever learn the names of all these lovelies?! Let alone when to plant, and what!!!

Northern Shade said...

The large patch of daffodils looks great, and the two toned yellow and white daffodils really pop. You can even look up to see the magnolia and camellia blossoms. It must have been fun touring around and finding all the blooms.

Dee said...

Lovely camellias, I planted two in my back yard and one in my front yard.

Your picture brighten my day!

Thanks