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Friday, March 4, 2016

Spring Beauties

Valley Rose

Yesterday I needed to run by the big home center to buy some concrete blocks for a project Mr. H and I are working on. Of course, those blocks just happen to be in the outdoor section where all the spring flowers are beginning to arrive. After giving myself a pat on the back for sticking my little point and shoot camera in my pocket, I parked my cart of blocks, and began strolling up and down all the aisles.



 Cleveland Select Flowering Pear

I don't need to add a lot of words here. The pictures speak for themselves and they're saying spring is just around the corner. So just sit back and enjoy some spring beauties.


Primrose


Sedum 


Doronicum Little Leo


 Lenten Rose



And lastly, the beautiful and fascinating centers of Anemones.


Springtime is the land awakening.
The March winds are the morning yawn.
~ Lewis Grizzard

14 comments:

  1. What beautiful signs of spring, Cathy. Those tiny valley roses are so charming. I've never seen the Cleveland Select flowering pear before and they're so lovely. I can never resist those little dark pink and white daisies and of course all the colourful anemones!
    We're getting snow flurries again here with a colder spell again!

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  2. Love those little primrose and I just love that name, a little prim and a lot of lovely rose. :)

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  3. WOW. What beauty that God's has given us to enjoy in every one of our four seasons.

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  4. Thank you for this burst of spring, Cathy. I'm going to enjoy your spring this year with all its color.

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  5. This gives me hope ... Now all I need is patience.

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  6. awwww, how fun to see all these beautiful colors and the wide variety of blooms. i am itching to pick up and plant some primrose, yep, gotta make that happen!!!!

    and what pretty, healthy looking blooms for a box store!!!!

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  7. Oh, these are really beautiful. Actually beautiful is an understatement here, isn't it? Nice photos.

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  8. I am ever hopeful that it is right around the corner, as there is currently 4-5 inches of snow on the ground.

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  9. Oh so beautiful. Love the pear blossoms.

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  10. Thank you for this lovely preview of spring!

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  11. I do love your spring flowers photos, Cathy!! It will be a while before we see anything like this up north!

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  12. really beautiful captures!!! the colors, the details....i just can't wait for spring!!!!

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