Thursday, February 20, 2020

Feb 20 Hints of Spring in my Front Yard


Early morning leaves waiting for sunshine.



Morning sunshine





Snow drops have been showing off for more than a week and daffodils are waiting their turn.



The crocus are sharing.




More Daffodils waiting to bloom.




Large orange Poppy leaves early morning and then in afternoon sunshine.




Roses developing leaves




Spring signs.

Thank you for visiting today.

Hugs

Joy

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Kerryanne of Shabby Art Boutique
Michelle of The Painted Hinge
Suzanne of Pieced Pastimes
 Lisa of Grandma's Briefs

16 comments:

  1. I know, isn't it great? I've got 3 inch garlic and chives...I generally don't have any bulb flowers but I think I need to change that. Hubby is actually taking our lawn mover in to get fixed and the blade sharpened as along with other things the grass is starting to grow again!

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  2. So encouraging, but no such signs here in Mid-Michigan. No blizzard, though, so that's good! Thanks for sharing those happy signs of Spring.

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  3. OMGoodness! Green stuff and flowers!! We have a long wait up here. Nice to catch a glimpse of yours, though. :)

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  4. We're getting some hints too. The buttercups, crabapple, and redbuds are blooming. Our blueberries are in full bloom. It's supposed to get cold these next few nights so I'm hoping frost doesn't bite the ambitious plants, trees, and shrubs.

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  5. Love seeing your signs of spring!!

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  6. I love seeing the first buds of spring, thanks for sharing them.

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  7. I LOVE the signs of spring! Thank you for sharing. Since selling our home and garden last year, I do miss walking the landscape and observing my own. I take pleasure in seeing others' now.

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  8. Joy- It is wonderful to know that things are blooming and growing in other parts of the world. WI will be snow covered probably through March..sometimes in to April. UGH...You got some great photos. xo Diana

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  9. We have ice, bit of snow, - temps/windchills, I hope nothing comes up. I do envy you and your photos, give me hope, LOL. Sandi--freezing in Chicagoland!

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  10. How pretty! We have bulbs coming up but no blooms yet. Maybe soon.

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  11. Hello, lovely flowers and images. Our bulbs are just starting to show. I am looking forward to Spring and longer daylight. Enjoy your day, happy weekend. PS, thanks for visiting my blog.

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  12. We've had a mild winter with so much rain, not sure our bulbs will come up, they might have floated away or rotted due to all the water.
    Dawn aka Spatulas On Parade

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  13. So many flowers try to get a head start at this time of year! Love those snowdrops! Hope your weather stays mild! We are supposed to get rain tomorrow and then more flowers will pop out! Hugs!

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  14. Daffodils are one of my favourite flowers. I have four small plots of them in my floating garden. - Margy

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  15. Joy - welcome back to Mosaic Monday! My thoughts have been turning to spring, but it is a fool's errand since it will be weeks before the snow melts and we start to see new growth. So, for now, I will enjoy your pictures!!!

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  16. Now let me check out where you live. I can't believe bulbs are up already and especially the poppies. I love poppies and have never been about to grow them?

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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