Foxglove on the river trail – June 16, 2012
At last the rhody in my yard blooms! 6-7-12 Raindrops on blossoms is a theme this Spring.
Delicate Snowdrops no bigger than a fingertip glow in the spring afternoon light. May 5/12
We had only one tulip this year that came up volunteer, but it’s a beauty!
Love your garden 🙂
Thanks, it’s off to a slow start as it got all dug up this winter and the weather has been cold. But I’m enjoying every little blossom to its fullest! Glad you enjoyed them too!
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Somehow they have a tropical touch. Even with the tulip and the snowdrop.
Yes, I often think that our NW foliage looks tropical in the spring…I think it’s because there’s so much rain the growth is very lush. Also, getting in very close up (many of these shots are on macro settings) lets the fauna dominate the scene. I grew up in Miami, which was sub-tropical, and I’ve always loved that bursting-with-life feeling of plants. Thanks for stopping by!
Especially love the blue iris! Gorgeous!
That brown iris is absolutely stunning.
Thanks! It’s my pride and joy…transplanted from my dad’s garden…my favorite bloom every year. And a favorite portrait model as well. 🙂
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