Monday, March 14, 2016

Signs of Spring ... 2016

Everything is waking up for Spring ...



forsythia and daffodils beneath our mailbox ... do you see the Iris' starting to shoot up as well ...


our pear tree is full of blooms ... here's hoping we have plenty of pears this year ...


a small bradford pear tree full of white blooms ... the twins call these trees snowball trees ...


a view from my front porch ... the forsythia are showing off ....


this redbud tree is showing off ... the buds are beautiful ... this is also a view from my front porch ...


a close up of the forsythia ...


I don't know what kind of bush this is but the flowers are gorgeous ...

 part 2 can be found here ....

patsi
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8 comments:

  1. So pretty!! I love this time of the year!!!

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  2. Things are blooming in Oklahoma too.
    Spring is the prettiest season I think.

    I don't know what they are either but those big pink blooms are beautiful

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    1. Is the pink flower a flowering quince? I saw some blooming today here in MO. I used to have one back when I lived on Cape Cod many years ago.

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  3. Patsi, the bush you are not familiar with appears to be flowering quince. Best not to eat the fruit as it is VERY sour although some do make jelly with it. Thanks for all your posts. I continue my learning path and you are a help. May your week ahead be a great one.

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  4. The pink blooming bush looks like a flowering quince to me. You might google that and see if the images look like yours. Beautiful pics!

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  5. Someone in Columbia, Tn told me those red blooms were hawthrone. I don't know for sure.
    Barbara Galloway

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  6. The pink flowering bush looks like a flowering quince. Does it have any thorns? I know my moms had thorns too.

    I love the re-awakening of this wonderful planet. God is so good.

    http:/cherylsfrugalcorner.blogspot.com

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  7. After researching and reading everyone's comments, I do believe that the bush with the pink flowers is a flowering quince ... and yes, it does have thorns. Thanks to everyone who helped me figure this out!

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