Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Spring blooms still beautiful...

These blooms are our first apple blossoms. It's sad that we have to pick them but the tree isn't old enough to bear fruit.


The weeping cherry tree will be beautiful soon.

These little guys are weeds. There are some solid purple and the variegated white and purple. The are tiny pansys and they are all over the yard--I just hate mowing over them.



We also have blue bells in quite a few nooks because when we moved here my mom brought some of hers over and we planted them everywhere.

The red bud trees are so pretty against the gray backdrop of the trees that haven't put on the new leaves yet.


Spring time blessings to you all from the holler...

10 comments:

cowgirl said...

They're all so beautiful Mrs JP! Looks like spring arrived in your neck of the woods. :)

Carmen C. said...

BEAUTIFUL! We still have bare trees, cold and even a bit of snow here in PA, UGH!

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

I just love all the beautiful trees that flower in spring - your red buds are very nice. I need to get one of those for our yard. Our trees are budding now too, despite the snow we had, and might have overnight:(

Sierra Rose said...

Hi! Lots of spring blooms. Can't wait for carpets of spring blooms! Toodk drive out to the coast today...saw a few poppies and other flowers starting to bloom, just like teasers!

Enjoy the colores of spring :)

Sweet hugs,
Sierra Rose

MAXMOM IN SA said...

So beautiful! Happy Spring!
Sending lotsaluv
MAXMOM IN SOUTHAFRICA

joyce said...

what you call tiny pansies are the Illinois state flower, the wood violet. The purple variety grow wild all over Illinois, and the white version are the ones I have in my yard when the birds mixed the seeds with my purple varieties.

Cindy said...

The trees are beautiful, as well as the tiny flowers. I love pink and purple. Surely spring has arrive in the holler!

Paula said...

Such a beautiful variety of colors! I just love this time of year. And your driveway looks so inviting!

Lena said...

Pretty flowers, Mrs. JP! I enjoy looking at your pictures, and yes - we have little wood violets in our lawn too! :-)

Deborah said...

WOW, you are soooo lucky! We are having a northeaster on Friday....I hope it misses us! But we still have snow anyways.
xxoo
Deborah