Wednesday, March 1, 2017

PLOG: Picture Blog - First signs of Spring!

I am overwhelmed with many things right now- mostly good😌. I do want to share what is going on in my little world outdoors.  "A  Picture Is Worth 1,000 Words!"
Hellebores!

Pink Perfection Camellia

Purple Dawn Camellia

Blue flowers-unknown

Wild Pear Tree
Wild Pear Blossoms

 More next week! I LOVE your Comments. Is it Spring yet where you are? Any signs of Spring? Please share -and Appreciate Beauty Every Day! Thank you for stopping by.

6 comments:

MarieGray said...

Ohhhhhh I bet the wild Pear blossoms smell amazing. I love the photos Colleen! Thank you for sharing! Everyone here in VT is excited because spring is in the air, but I'm a native, and I'm still holding out for that last sugar snow storm. Best! XO Marie

colleen said...

Thank you, Marie! The wild pear is indeed very fragrant- it is balmy today and the air smells like French perfume. We can still get quite a bit of cold weather and we can have several inches of snow in March. I have photos of daffodils in full bloom peeking up through the snow. My peonies and lilacs would be glad of some more snow this year... I hope you will check out some of my posts and my Pinterest boards https://www.pinterest.com/colleen2322/

marciastrykowski.com said...

Lovely spring pictures, such pretty flowers! The only sign of spring here was yesterday when I heard a chorus of robins singing. Our snow is finally melted and a few friends who live south of us have seen crocus peeking up. Our temperatures are going back and forth from mild to frigid. So, fingers crossed--spring is coming!

colleen said...

Oh,Marcia! Robins singing! That is lovely . Soon there will be crocus and daffodils and all manner of lovely signs of spring for you. Meanwhile you have all of those fabulous picture books in your library. I imagine they are all checked out already...

Barbara Fisher said...

Hello Colleen, thank you for sharing your lovely photos. It’s very spring like in Somerset, although also very wet – nothing new there then! We have white and pink hellebores, primroses, daffodils and snowdrops flowering in the garden, and the shrubs and trees are budding up nicely so it won’t be long before they are also flowering. Have a lovely week, hugs Barbara

colleen said...

Thank you for stopping by, Barbara! I wish it were a bit wetter here! No primroses,yet.The trees are slowly waking up-the wild pears are always very early!More photos tomorrow...