More flowers

Things change fast in the Springtime (especially flowers) and these are from a few days ago, so things in our backyard have changed a bit; but they’re still pretty, so I thought I’d post them. 

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The leaves are getting bigger and the flowers are shedding petals, so the first is drowning out the latter.  There weren’t many flowers this year, we’re not sure why.  🙁

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There was a dandelion in my last flower-pictures-post too, wasn’t there?  What’s my deal with weeds? 🙂

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These flowers are all open now.  I should take more pictures!

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It took me foreeeeever to get my camera to focus for this picture!  It didn’t help that M came over to see what I was taking a picture of, ’cause movement doesn’t help cameras focus, and three-year-olds don’t hold still! 🙂

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Not exactly a flower!  Still picturesque.  🙂

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Strawberry leaves

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What will be roses. . .

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I think these itty-bitty flowers grew from spilled bird-seed.  The hose is for perspective.  The picture below turned out better.

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^ A dying tulip and a poor dandelion that Michael picked and left on the concrete.  How sad! 🙂

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Things are GROWING!!!  Yippee!

 

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7 thoughts on “More flowers”

    1. Hmm. . . that’s hard. I like roses and hostas, and when our ornamental pear tree blooms (when it has more flowers on it) I think it’s one of the prettiest things in our yard.
      Not sure if I have one favorite, though. How about you?

      1. That’s a hard question, I have SO many favorites! I like the lilac flowers that grow on the lilac bush in our yard a lot, and I also like apple blossoms … though those are just two of many 🙂 . Flowers are so beautiful! ~Savannah

  1. I have kind of been lurking around for a while, but I really enjoy reading your blog. Those flowers are so beautiful!
    Juliana

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