Saturday, April 19, 2008

The Weather Has Turned To Spring

Spring is definitely here when the hyacinth start to bloom.

My wife is patriotic in her choosing of Hyacinth.
RED WHITE BLUE

These are in honor of the USA flag.

The new flowers in the wildflower section are coming for a showing. There is a show of blues right now.
A close-up of the blue star is shown here.
There is also this purple flower.
The Buckeye Tree is budding and it won't be long before the white blooms will be coming off these buds.
The real star of my flower garden are Hostas. I have all green, variegated green and white, variegated green and yellow and one giant blue Hostas. These are some green ones that think they should start.
The wild flowers in the woods are also showing off. Daffodils in the wild.
Up closer to these ones.
These are the ones in my back yard which are in step with the wild ones.




9 comments:

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Look at all those beautiful blooms... wow! Soooo pretty. I love purples... As soon as this new snow that has covered the ground today has melted, I am sure that flowers will come up... pretty soon I will see Spring...

***Fotografia e Luz*** said...

Is right is a swan and thanks for having liked, I want you to say that his is also very beautiful with these beautiful flowers

Stacey Huston said...

Tell your wife her flowers are wonderful. But I bet she already knows that! I am blown away by the ones in the wild. so pretty against the leaf matter. Have a great weekend!

Jack and Joann said...

Oh, isn't it fun to finally have some flowers in bloom to photograph. Come to my blog to see what I have in bloom in my garden. Love the closeup pics of the blooms in your yard. Now take time to pick a couple of hyacinths and enjoy their fragrant smell. Heavenly!

Sandpiper said...

Beautiful flowers! This is the best time of year for me. I walked around my garden today and loved seeing all the new growth.

Jack and Joann said...

Yes, my hubby watched the Wizards get beat by the Cavs. Even Michael Jordan couldn't save the Wizards who were previously called The Bullets. My niece in Avon Lake should be happy with the outcome of the game.

Müge Tekil said...

How lucky you are for living in nature and having a garden to plant these beautiful flowers! Lovely photos!

Spring is "Renaissance"!

Carletta said...

Nice shots Fishing Guy. I took photos of blossoms yesterday I'll post later, today I have wildlife!

Old Wom Tigley said...

Hi Tom
Sorry I've missed off a day or two but it's been a busy weekend.
I like these colourful shots, my garden is dismal at the moment, we have left it run wild this last year or so, I will need to have a rethink on making it a bit more eazy to do.