Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Spring has Sprung,finally!

Spring is finally here in the foothills of the cascades and I am a happy camper! Thought I would share just
a few pictures with you.


My yellow rhodi just starting to open.







Love this color!





Star magnolia! Tiny flowers








Saucer Magnolia!Huge flowers.








And last but far from least happy little primroses that just keep on multiplying over the land. I hope you all have a sunny day.

9 comments:

The Whispering Poppies said...

What pretty posies! I love the color of your primroses! My rhodies are no where near opening yet! lol

Snap said...

Here's to Spring and the smiles that it brings!

Shellmo said...

I think those primroses are my favorite! Thank you for sharing these flowers!

Pearl said...

Beautiful flowers! Oh some day I'm going to have a tulip tree. And rhodie I hope. They don't grow to good around here. Happy day to you.

Marydon said...

Having come from just around the corner (Chehalis) from you. Primroses are one of the best parts of spring in WA ST, the grow so well. They are not so hearty elsewhere. I keep trying to get them to grow here, but they only last one season, unfortunately. I couldn't give up my rhodies tho, we have even gone out to WA ST & picked some out & had them shipped back to us. Spring I miss out there, the views, the fresh mountain water & when possible the blue skies that peak thru the rainy days.

Lovely pics. TTFN ~ Marydon

Larna Ezzy said...

Sharon,
You are enjoying your spring flowers while I'm enjoying my Autumn bulbs. Have a look at blog for a pic. Autumn and Spring are my favourite times of year. I'm looking forward to lighting the fire for the first time too.
Cheers, Larna in Aust.

beth said...

Oh Sharon the flowers are beautiful! You have a green thumb uh?
We grow drought resist plants cause its so dry. I love all the wonder full colors.
There is a Chinese proverb that says people who grow things think of others more than thereselves.
I see that in you.
thanks.
beth

Charmingdesigns said...

Don't we have the best spring flowers here in the NW. You can wait for my "spring", just don't hold your breath lol. Laurie

Pearl said...

Your flowers are beautiful. I can't wait until summer gets here for everyone so I can see there gardens.