Sunday, April 22, 2012

The Northern Garden Starts Blooming


    The blooming Sunday, what’s flowering today in North, when the rare Sun spoils the Earth?
The crocuses catch the sun's rays 
The snowdrops and crocuses open their bubs.
Phlox come out of the ground
 Evergreen euonymus enjoys the air and the sun
 
The bees, the toilers came, they know their business


12 comments:

  1. Hello Nadezda !
    Yes the sun must be warming some of your earth to have the crocus come up and smile for you .. the seasons are moving forward slowly but surely : )
    Thank you for stopping by !
    Joy : )

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    1. The Earth nevertheless moves, yes!As Nicolaus Copernicus said in 16th century.

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  2. Hi Nadezda
    Hooray!! Your plants are starting to bloom. The crocus are a lovely shade of blue/purple and I love the shots of the bees in the blossoms.
    Glad it's Spring up North!
    Astrid

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    1. Yes,yes,spring! I was sitting on a chaise longue enjoying the sun rays like the crocuses and bees!

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  3. How wonderful! Your garden is emerging, coming to life. And your crocus blooms are beautiful! Happy spring!

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    1. Thank you! Snow melted, sun is shining.

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  4. Милые фотографии одного из моих любимых цветков, крокуса. Выращивала их, когда жили на Среднем Западе, а вот в саду здесь, на Тихоокеанском побережье, у меня их нет.
    Спасибо, Надежда, за Ваши комментарии на моём блоге. Хорошей Вам весны!!!

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    1. Спасибо, Татьяна! У вас был интересный тур на праздник тюльпанов, мне понравились фото.А ваша собачка Привет - очень любознательная!

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  5. Spring looks beautiful in your garden! Thank you for the lovely pictures, I miss crocus - I doesn't like it here.

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    1. Masha, you've got such beautiful roses, they can take the place of crocuses.Thank you!

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  6. Beautiful spring flowers. I have them in my garden too, including the variegated euonymous. I love a spring garden.
    Even in the rain.

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    1. Frico, I love my garden in the rain and snow too. Happy spring!

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