Saturday, April 3, 2010

Happy Easter Blooms

I wrote a post about anticipation on my Branches blog.  In it, I put some before and after photos of the kitchen.  I didn't do a post of them together here.  Also, the after photos were taken after some pictures were added to the walls, and haven't been posted here.  If you are interested in seeing those, click here.

My goodness, I have been having difficulties posting.  This evening, the photo button didn't show up in Safari, so I came to Firefox to post.  Now, here, I can't get the cursor to go between the photos.  I'll just list them here.

Scilla Siberica, 5 photos of hellebores from the front of the house, almost blooming bergenia, hyacinth, pasque flower, and 2 photos of hellebore, 'Silver Lace' are here. 


Oh, the last photo shows the grape hyacinths that I had to dig out and replant due to the street being resurfaced.  The blooms just came up enough to show their blue today. 

Have a great day tomorrow, and I hope you are able to be outside some of the day.

19 comments:

  1. definitely !!Haringers of the triumph of Jesus !!glorious colors sandy

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  2. Happy Easter, Sue. I've been on a blogging break and need to do some catching up with you.

    Hellebores will be planted in my yard this year because I seem to be the only gardener in the world without them. Hope mine will look as pretty as yours.

    I'm up early because we have 13 guests arriving at 11:00 and I have 72 eggs to hide outside for the hunt.

    donna

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  3. Love the purple with all of the silky hairs in the background! Have a Blessed Easter..

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  4. Sue girl happy Easter ! .. I love all of your blooms but especially the hellebor of course .. you have a lot more up and growing than I do at the moment but it is great to see they have at least broken the soil ! LOL
    JOy

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  5. You must be so happy to have flowers again. I love the Pasque Flower. Happy Easter!

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  6. Your Hellebores are so pretty Sue. I love the Pasque flowers.
    A Happy and Blessed Easter to you.
    Lona

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  7. I was shocked to see my pasque flowers blooming yesterday. Isn't it way early? I'm not fit enough, this early, to be moving shrubs like I did yesterday. I need a pre spring gardening workout regimen.

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  8. Happy Easter! I hope you're having a wonderful day.

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  9. Wonderful flowers. Happy Easter. jim

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  10. Happy Easter Sue, to you and your family. It is so wonderful to see you getting some spring flowers. What a treat it will be to see them all coming up.

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  11. Sue, hope you and family had a wonderful Easters...Love the spring flowers.

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  12. Hope you had a wonderful Easter with your family & friends.
    Its truly marvelous to celebrate with nature when they too resurrect from their long sleep in their winter!

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  13. I love your photo of the Pasque flower. I can't wait for my to bloom. Love you post!

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  14. Hi, Sue and Happy Easter!
    Your photos are lovely. Pasque is a big favorite of mine. :))

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  15. Happy Easter Sue. Those Hyacinth are wonderful, aren't they? I planted some more last fall but they have yet to pop up and begin blooming for me. I guess I should have saved some to force inside for Easter but I've had too much other stuff going on.

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  16. Hi Sue~~ Yes, those little [big] posting annoyances... I swear they've given me several gray hairs!

    I remember earlier photos of your tiny emerging hellebores and now, here they are in all their splendor! The grape hyacinth foliage looks like long, fingers reaching up from some underground netherworld. Okay, I admit I'm weird.

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  17. Your blooms are amazing - I look forard to watch your yard come to life !Thanks for sharing, Paula from Idaho

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  18. Don't you just love hellebores? I am now the proud owner of three different varieties. Just bought a dark, dusky purple today. I like your speckled one!

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