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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Garden Cottage Party

Spring is springing all over the place.  We've had bright sunshine for two days - and another partly sunny tomorrow before the rains return - it has been glorious.   
Our neighbor down the street has the most beautiful Camellia bush - we admire it every time we drive past. 
It is loaded with flowers this year - no frost to burn them - not much rain to spot them 
 Just perfect flowers!
And a few dew drops
There are cherry plum trees blooming everywhere - they spread into yards and woods 
And make teeny tiny "plums" that birds love 
And some fun for our party - someone had a great sense of humor with their hedge.







13 comments:

greenthumb said...

So very pretty.

Lynda (Granny K) said...

How wonderful to see the blossom and the googly eyes are fun! Enjoy the lovely weather. xx

Debra She Who Seeks said...

I'm envious. No sign of spring here yet!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Gorgeous spring photos! Glad to see that spring has arrived somewhere.

Lorrie said...

The past couple of days have been so beautiful here, too. I've been out in the yard, spreading mulch, weeding, pruning roses. It's a glorious time of year. Love the blossoms on the plum tree and those googly eyes!

Kay said...

Thanks for sharing your spring! Those camellias are gorgeous and bring back some happy memories for me. And that hedge is a hoot!

Miriam said...

The camellias are just beautiful here too. Love the hedge. Great ZIZO.

Maria Ontiveros said...

Wonderful zoom in/ zoom out photographs. I especially love the first close ups.
Rinda

Missus Wookie said...

Oh I like the camellias - there are lots blooming around here too. That hedge made me smile :)

Karen said...

I don't know that I've ever seen camellias---seems strange that I haven't---but they are so lovely!

helena said...

I do love camellias and am sad they last for such a short time

marshaleith said...

the camellias are gorgeous- I have never seen them before either

Jimjams said...

Those camellias are glorious - our bush is small and has a few buds so far.