Monday, April 14, 2014

Spring Is Here to Stay

Daffodils and Tulips

Our personal flower show has begun ...  









Have a great week, 
                                                    Christa 

Thank you Shane (at Roses, Lace and Brocantefor inviting me to join Mosaic Monday.   Would you join us?






37 comments:

  1. Beautiful fresh greens and bulbs, at last spring has fully arrived in Virginia.

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    1. Hi Janneke, yes, Spring is here. But, typical of our April weather, it felt like winter today.

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  2. And what showstoppers they all are! Pretty petals and a pathway to spring!

    Have a glorious week and a Happy Easter, Christa!

    Poppy

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    1. Happy Easter Poppy. I think you would enjoy sitting there. You can read more about this little garden at cedarmerefarm.blogspot.com/2013/04/water-water-everywhere.html This little garden is part of the "River Birch Grove" in that April 2013 Post. Christa

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  3. Lovely pictures, Christa. Thank you - from Ontario, Canada. A welcome sight!.

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    1. Hi Cynthia, thank you for visiting. It's still very cold in Ontario, isn't it? Well, it was in the high 20s last night here and the same tonight. But, I hear we will get back to our warmer weather for the weekend.

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  4. magnificent photography the springtime is so beautiful.

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    1. Indeed, Mersad. Spring is full of life at our farm. In addition to flowers, wildlife is coming out too.

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  5. Your flowers are beautiful. What a perfect way to say HAPPY SPRING.

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    1. Hi Betsy, thank you for visiting. I am glad you like our flowers. Our various gardens will take turn to flower. It's really fun to see new arrivals throughout the flowering season.

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  6. Your Spring flowers are lovely. I always tried to grow tulips in N C and never had much luck with them multiplying. I love your beautiful garden!

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    1. Thank you for your nice comment. Unfortunately, tulips are weather sensitive. Critters and deer also LOVE them.

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  7. The daffodils just started blooming here this weekend. Yes, I guess it's finally here. You're way ahead though, beautiful!

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    1. Amelia, I bet you are happy to be done with the snow!

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  8. Those daffodils and tulips are certainly brightening up your garden and say welcome to spring! Your little piece of paradise looks lovely.
    Have a wonderful week. I am joining you through Mosaic Monday.

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    1. Hi Jill, I am so glad you came over to visit. We love this garden because it's the first to bloom bringing lots of welcoming colors. Christa

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  9. Beautiful and colorful flowers.

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    1. Hi Rajesh, thank you and thank you for visiting. Christa

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  10. Oh happy happy spring..These are for sure spring flowers!
    We just had about an inch of snow last night, and the daffodils are buried!

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    1. Oh no! I hope they came back out from under the snow.

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  11. Lovely photos and gorgeous flowers! I need to remember to plant more bulbs around our yard for next year!

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    1. Me too. I have the same thought every spring when I see these flowers, but then I forget. I am determined to remember this Fall to plant some in other parts of our farm.

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  12. Beautiful signs of Spring - thanks for sharing. Great job on the photography.
    Thanks for stopping by. My daughter looks for the vintage kitchen items for their kitchen they are redoing. About the only thing I go junkin for is vintage, blingy jewelry to repurpose.
    Enjoy your evening.

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    1. Glenda, I would love to see your repurposed vintage jewelry.

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  13. Glad to see that spring has arrived your way too! It is such a lovely time of year.
    Hope you are having a good week.
    xoxo Ingrid

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  14. How lovely! Looks like a wonderful place!

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    1. Hi Linda, welcome to our farm. Yes, it's a fabulous place. We love it here. Our farm is in one of the most beautiful counties in Virginia.

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  15. So lovely! I wish spring were her north of Toronto!

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    1. When does Spring usually arrive where you live?

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  16. Wonderfull, happy spring and easter.

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    1. Happy Easter to you too. Thank you for visiting me.

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  17. These are just beautiful. Spring flowers are so happy & cheerful. Love how you've presented yours.

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  18. I started to send you an email this morning, then I realized that I don't have your email address. Darn it! You have mine. Get in touch when you have the time.

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  19. Wonderful is your yard and Spring show of flowers. I'd love to look out over this each morning :-)

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