Spring Garden Beauties

Out and about at my local gardens this weekend while there was a break in all the rain we have been getting. This March has been one of the wettest on record and we’re only half way through it. That and the very mild temperatures are making the spring flowers burst into bloom!

002Windflowers, also known as Anemones

004Beautiful, deep blue Hyacinths

010Lovely, pink Camellias

024Another species of Camellia

019bBlack and White Image of Camellia Blossom

045Star Magnolia Blossoms

064Daffodil surrounded by fallen, white Azalea blossoms

067Daffodils planted near a giant Ponderosa Pine

073The stars of the March blossoms – Daffodils

058The most fragrant shrub blossom.  I believe it is called Wild Snowball.

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8 Responses to Spring Garden Beauties

  1. These are definitely all beauties, Peggy. Great photography. 🙂

  2. William Kendall says:

    These are gorgeous shades, Peggy!

  3. Such wonderful colours. Makes me feel happy an excited about the season about to start now. Still think the black and white photo is my favourite. It has so rich tones and great details.

    • Thank you so much for your kind comments! The spring season has much more meaning for many of us this year, since many had an exceptionally cold and snowy winter. And yes, I tend to favor the black and white photo, myself. Here’s to spring!

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