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Yard Colors...


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Although Springtime flowers and greenery have been here for a couple of weeks now, I've been posting trip photos instead. Now that that chore is complete, I thought I'd share some of our flowers and blooms found in our back yard...

rose colored multi-petaled hibiscus, Don Juan Climbing rose, and Gardenia blossoms

Amaryllis, Purple  Durante, new Hummingbird Feeder, Hybrid hibiscus [variegated leaves]

Red Geranium, Pomegranate blossom, Heart Twirler, Pink blossom [I don't recall the name of this bush...China something?]

Thorny Cactus blossoms [I moved this potted plant from Tucson when we lived there, only to split the mother plant into 4 small pots], and again, the pomegranate tree..a flower bud.

...ending this post with a rosebud!!


Also, bird migration is at its height now in this area!! I've been going out on many day trips to 'catch some good birds in photos!!' Posted on Ebird for South Texas we had the privilege of a special, colorful, vagrant from, ironically, the area my sister and I visited in March!! So...hopefully, soon, I will get those photos up on my bird photography blog.

26 comments :

  1. Hello, your flowers are all gorgeous. I love the yard art too. Wonderful spring colors. Enjoy your day and weekend!

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  2. Colors everywhere! Wonderful and inspiring display to help us anticipate the warm seasons to arrive here. Our daffodils aren't even blooming yet...

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    1. Seems everyone up North (and Norteast) has had a VERY long winter! And with all the snow, let's hope no tragic flooding because of it all.

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  3. trying hard to pick a favorite photo. CAN'T because they are all gorgeous. really gorgeous and you have all this in your yard. we have nothing right now but hibiscus. our drought has and bob being 81 has done away with them all. that pomegranted is stunning. and that heart twirly thingy i want one. LOVE IT... could you email me and tell me how you get your photos in a row like this, i have tried and even when i make them small can't get them moved where i want them. nevermindsandra@gmail.com

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  4. Flowers are so beautiful. The other day I put out my yard decoration.
    Coffee is on

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  5. Wow, such color!! We had a brief spring and are back into Winter!! No flowers for us.

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    1. For now...but, by the time YOU have lots o'color we'll be drying up and fading.

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  6. don't bother with your account, i will figure it out by searching.. i use my email for all my busness accounts, only have 3 people who email me. keep in touch with sons through messenger, we all have cheap throwaway phones and text only if we have to

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  7. Flowering Cherry Trees are out here....tulips well on their way.. I heard some geese fly through...a bit odd, I guess a late start. But everything is getting a late start here.

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    1. Cherry blossoms on the mall in D.C. are gorgeous...I can picture it where you live!

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  8. So many pretty flowers. We still look very winter like here.

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    1. So...which is prettier? lol

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  9. You must have a yard full of color.Each one is so pretty.

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  10. Wow! Your flowers are beautiful!

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  11. Wow and wow, your flowers are so joyful, they make me smile.

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  12. Beautiful colors in your yard. I love color!!!

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  13. Love your beautiful yard art and the sweet blooms. Thanks for the rose, Anni. I can smell it by just looking at the picture. :-)

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