Saturday, March 22, 2008

spring flowers

Just about all of the snow has melted which means that the bulbs are coming up. A couple who live in the next little mountain town up the way take bulb planting to a whole new level. They have planted literally many thousands of bulbs on their property. They are kind enough to open their gardens for 2 weeks each year to let us peek at the beauty they have created. Today is the first day they are open this year. Here is a bit of what we walked through this morning.






Happy Easter to all of you. I hope flowers are blooming near you.

13 comments:

Alison Gibbs said...

Happy Easter Tami.
Wow what a fabulous garden to wander through
Alison

Kim H. said...

WOW those flowers are gorgeous! What a beautiful sight! Happy Easter- hope your day is blessed!

ScrappyPam said...

Beautiful! What a lovely thing for them to do!

Pam Speidel said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful spring flowers with all of us Tami! Easter blessing to you and your family! Smiles, Pam :)

LostLuggage said...

Awesome garden!!!

Happy Easter, Tami!!

IamSusie said...

Goodness! Those flowers are lovely! I have to go to the grocery store garden counter to see anything even closely resembling that. We got just under a foot of wet snow just in time for the Easter Bunny....

Heather Grow said...

It looks like a beautiful garden.

Sandy said...

Oh what a lovely taste of SPRING! Thank you for sharing these photos. Happy Easter!!

Far North said...

Oh Tami I am so pleased I waited til this morning to look at your blog. Wow how I miss not having any bulb flowers outside! This is stunning and so appreciate you sharing the beauty with us.
Happy Easter!...Jan

Anonymous said...

tami..I am super jealous that your snow is melted! and your flower pics warm my heart!!
Cindi
:)

Beth Norman said...

So bright and cheerful. Winds were amazingly strong today, and it snowed hard enough that I couldn't see across the street. At least someone on this continent is getting spring.

Jennifer said...

Tami, your flowers are beautiful! My favorites, too! I can almost smell the hyacynth. MMMmmmm...

Nope! No flowers here. We still can't see the ground for all of the snow.

I'm thoroughly enjoying seeing your beautiful posies!

Jennifer :)

Melzie said...

I wish for flowers near me! We're expecting 16" of snow this afternoon/evening... yuck! :) They are beautiful, how nice for them to open it up for the public!