CS #543 - Blossoms

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Well spring time is blossom time.
Please show the nature around your home.

Some examples:

(1) Forsythia


(2) Grape Hyacinth


(3) Daffodils


(4) Squill


Oops, only blue and yellow ones. Please, show some other colors too.

Have fun
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Great topic, and excellent examples, Klaus. Thanks for hosting again.

Our hiking group went to Wildwood Park in Radford, Virginia, today. The wildflowers there are always terrific this time of year. Today was chilly and threatening rain, so some varieties were not blooming but I managed to get a few:

#1 Dutchman's breeches
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#2 Larkspur
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#3 Rue anemone
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Great topic, and excellent examples, Klaus. Thanks for hosting again.

Our hiking group went to Wildwood Park in Radford, Virginia, today. The wildflowers there are always terrific this time of year. Today was chilly and threatening rain, so some varieties were not blooming but I managed to get a few:

#1 Dutchman's breeches
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#2 Larkspur
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#3 Rue anemone
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Nice Jim, #3 is a beauty .
 

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Great topic, and excellent examples, Klaus. Thanks for hosting again.

Our hiking group went to Wildwood Park in Radford, Virginia, today. The wildflowers there are always terrific this time of year. Today was chilly and threatening rain, so some varieties were not blooming but I managed to get a few:

#1 Dutchman's breeches
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#2 Larkspur
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#3 Rue anemone
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You're fortunate to live in an area with such a wonderful wildflower flora. The Dutchman's breeches are particularly nice.

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Beautiful pictures!!! This is my Weeping Bottle Brush Tree; hummingbirds love it!
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Great topic, and excellent examples, Klaus. Thanks for hosting again.

Our hiking group went to Wildwood Park in Radford, Virginia, today. The wildflowers there are always terrific this time of year. Today was chilly and threatening rain, so some varieties were not blooming but I managed to get a few:

#1 Dutchman's breeches
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#2 Larkspur
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#3 Rue anemone
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Wow, number three is just stunning, but all are good!
 
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