April Arrivals

What’s blooming mid April?DSC_0080 DSC_0099 DSC_0101 DSC_0108

Not a lot!  Even the magnolia which usually is out in full force mid April is not showing signs of rapture!  But a welcome sight (who seems oblivious to the cold) has arrived in my back yard!DSC_0104

 

Hello, old friend!  Come with me to enjoy other gardeners’ blooms at May Dreams Gardens.  This is a great way to see what is blooming in other gardeners’ back yards!

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About Jayne on Weed Street

Wife, mother, and owner of pets much loved. Gardener of three decades, amateur photographer, ardent about art, antiques and books.
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8 Responses to April Arrivals

  1. You’re ahead of me! Our forsythia and narcissi have not yet bloomed. Is that a heron?

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  2. Pauline says:

    Spring has arrived at last in the UK , blossom and buds are busting open with our higher temperatures, it is wonderful to see all the flowers at last. Hope your temperatures soon rise!

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  3. The blooms sure are coming slow. I guess it makes us appreciate each one.

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  4. jody says:

    I love the egret – what a thrill it must be to have him as a neighbor. Have the willows rooted? My peas are up!

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  5. Holleygarden says:

    Pretty yellows! I don’t think I’ve ever seen a prettier picture of a forsythia!

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  6. Anita Rivera says:

    Good morning Jayne! How lovely to see your blooms! We had a major snow storm on Thursday that has left a heavy but very beautiful blanket of snow on us. We had the greatest melt-down of a prior snow storm’s layer, but then we got HIT again! More is expected on Sunday and I am longing to see the daffodils come up. Thank you and all the other dears out there who are sharing their gardens! Anita

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    • Oh my word Anita! I would not like to see snow in April, but then I would not like to live in a desert either, so there you have it. There are some things that come with the territory! I must tell you – the beautiful landscape in your mind will make even a snowfall in APril something special to express. You are one of the best bloggers!!!

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