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Friday, April 24, 2009


The Grape Hyacinth's are putting on a lovely purple show down in my little park.

This lovely little cluster of Forget-Me-Not's add some wonderful color to my yard. I do love blue!

These 29 inch pink Tulips are so tall they look artificial. See the yard stick behind them.

Once again my Flowering Cherry delights me with it's fluffy pink blossoms. I love how this looks against the blue sky!

I know this doesn't look like a Tulip but it is. Honest!

The Kingly Al's stand so proud, and they should. Just imagine those spindly looking stems holding up such a large blossom. A few look as though they are grunting with the effort. LOL

I'm sure this bright one has a special name but I don't know what it is. I think I would call it sunny.

This is out back of my place. I call it my little park. If you click to enlarge you will see all the bloomer's. :)

These are the Tulips that I got from the huge pots my daughter Patty brought me a few years ago. Most are yellow and orange/red, but there were a few red/pink ones too.
This Tulip patch adds a lot of color to my front yard. I have to keep blood meal around them to keep the deer from eating them.

Isn't this a beauty? I don't know it's name but it's got to be some kind of Daffodil hybrid.

Miss Tildy thoroughly enjoys her time in the back yard. It's all fenced so she and Tudie can't run off. I have to watch out for them though because they are so small and we have coon's and big birds that would eat them.

You may have to enlarge this to see who was watching us while we had our photo shoot in the back yard. He stayed until I looked at him then slowly wandered into another neighbors yard.
I hope you enjoyed your walk in my garden.
Happy Day!



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