Monday, March 29, 2010

Springtime!

My daffodils are now blooming! I'm glad I took this picture before all the rain. They look a little sad now.




This is my forsythia bush in the backyard. It's always so pretty every year.


I'll try to post some more pictures when other things start to bloom.
I hope you all will have a wonderful week!

Melanie

12 comments:

  1. Yellow and green are so pretty together aren't they. Nice pics. ♥sandie

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  2. so bright and springlike! I like the forsythia bush, so very colorful! we had them in Montana and Oregon, but for some reason I haven't seen them here in Southern California. It is always so fun to see the plants and flowers bloom again after the winter season

    betty

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  3. Beautiful pictures and blog you have! Glad I found you & will be back soon to read and see more! :-) ~ Coreen

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  4. Oh, such beautiful flowers Melanie! I guess you're starting to get some warmer weather back there too. Thanks for sharing your touch of Spring.
    Blessings,
    Marcia

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  5. Your flowers are beautiful! I have a forsythia bush, too, but I can never get it to bloom. I have had it for years and years, and it has never fully bloomed--just a few blooms here and there. It must need something that it's not getting.

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  6. I love the yellow and these two are the early bloomers and I don't have either one in my yard.
    This year I am going to plant them so next year I can enjoy them.

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  7. i want to play forsythia bushes! they are so beautiful.

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  8. Glad you took pictures before all the rain.
    Now you can enjoy them forever!
    (and so can we)

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  9. Happy Easter Melanie to you and your family! Your flowers are pretty, I just love those daffodils this time of year. I posted a quick little Easter post for my bloggy friends...still on break though lol:)

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  10. Mel, I Love that yellow bush. Very pretty, and bright

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