Friday, April 9, 2010

Things that bloom in the spring

I don't know why I have not been taking any photos of flowers...I did take some of the daffodils below the other day. They are now done blooming, though others I have are still going strong.
I noticed yesterday that the bluebells and toad shade had started...I took some of each but the toad shade did not turn out too good. The bluebells, as well as the toad shade, we got at this place where my husband hunts. My kids planted them for me. I did have ginseng, may apples and jack-in-the-pulpit but a few years ago we extended our porch and it covered them up. So I need to get more.
I just love some of the plants that comes from the woods...

13 comments:

Jacob said...

You're on a roll, kiddo! More wonderful floral shots. All of these could be framed and hanged!

dot said...

Nice pictures Rose. I love the color of the blue bells

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Rose: Just beautiful.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

I really like the bluebells! I like the daffodils, too, but I've seen lots of pictures of daffodils. Your photograph of the bluebells is the first I've seen (or at least noticed!).

George said...

Both of these are beautiful flowers. I like the daffodils but I really appreciate the bluebells. Thanks for posting them for us to enjoy.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Rose, Your flower pictures are gorgeous. I love the Blue Bells so much!!!! AND of course I always love Daffodils. We have several different varieties in our yard.

Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Betsy

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Lovely lovely flowers! Nice comp and color.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

So pretty!

Judy said...

Beautiful pictures Rose...Without my camera I feel lost.

Susan said...

Hi Rose, thanks for visiting my little corner of cyberspace... LOVE your bluebells! Isn't spring awesome!

Mary said...

Love the Bluebells! I've got a large patch of May Apples. They are very faithful and I enjoy seeing them every year down along our ditch.

Vicki~TheMiddleSister said...

Don't remember seeing bluebells before now. Pretty!

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

sure are pretty flowers, Rose!

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