Monday, May 26, 2014

Daffodils and Tulips


Spring has been a long time coming, but finally there is a reason to take photographs!












 

20 comments:

  1. Your garden is just gorgeous Jennifer in its many colors and forms! My goodness...and your tulips are stunning! As is that bouquet!!! Your photography always amazes me as well! Enjoy all of this beauty and an outstanding week to you! Nicole xo

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  2. What a fantastic photo's you made out of your spring garden. Your previous post is also a great one. I was on a holiday but I am up to date now.
    Have a wonderful day and enjoy the beauty your garden is bringing Jennifer

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  3. And what beautiful photographs they are. Your garden is looking lovely. I particularly like those pale pink/white tulips.

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  4. What a wonderful selection of tulips you have - the pictures are lovely in the spring sunshine. How quickly things change in a garden once it gets going. You are right, I seem to have been waiting for the arrival of your spring for a long time - and now it is here, at last. Have a good gardening week my friend.

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  5. Gorgeous! You know I love tulips, and I see you have quite a few of one of my favorites, 'Angelique.' Your bouquet is beautiful! I need to take some tips--I tend to pick only a few and then stick them in a bud vase, not the most artful arrangement:) Glad to see that glorious spring has finally arrived for you, Jennifer.

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  6. Fabulous! I planted tulips for the first time in years last fall - finally a garden the deer can't get at! I'm hooked again...

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  7. Très belles photos. Les petites fleurs mauves, est-ce un géranium?

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  8. Excellent photos, so much color!

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  9. Beautiful photos. Glad to see spring has finally sprung in your neck of the woods!

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  10. Truly some very beautiful reasons, Jennifer! Your photographs are amazing.
    Our daffodils are just about gone at this point, but we are beginning to have a lot of wonderful other flowers bloom.

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  11. As always, your photos are gorgeous! Somehow, I think we are all enjoying the blooms that much more because of the long winter.

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  12. How absolutely glorious! And those forget me nots peeking out of the first shot. Darling!

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  13. I always love the light in your photos. Beautiful, Jennifer !

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  14. I'm so glad that spring has finally decided to visit you after your really long winter. Your tulips are so wonderful, I hope they last a good while so that you can enjoy them.

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  15. So glad spring has sprung for you! Such pretty colors, and a wonderful bouquet!

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  16. How gorgeous! Those tulips are especially lovely - like peonies, almost. Now that I am moving to a house with smaller, fenced-in yard - in other words, one where I might actually be able to design a garden, rather than throw it together - I am going to turn to you and your blog for advice. I am already thinking how I can get that fence/trellis/flower bed effect shown in one of the photos on this post.

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  17. Well worth the wait. What gorgeous flowers. I'm really loving all your beautiful flowers but especially that pink/white tulip, it's so dainty and so lovely.

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  18. With all those gorgeous flowers who wouldn't want to capture them with a camera. Love the yellow daffs with a hint of blue forget-me-not. Gorgeous combination. I had to do a double take and read a few comments - those are TULIPS? wow, they are something. At first I thought they were peonies but thought that just couldn't be right, too early.

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  19. Beautiful!! I love the forget-me-nots with the daffs. I love the fresh tenderness of spring. Gorgeous tulips! Hooray for color - finally!

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  20. Your photos of spring are stunning!

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