Spring Blooming Flowers 4-29-2015

Another episode of Blooming Flowers!

Click here for what was blooming in 2013 and blooming in 2014.

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Pachysandra terminalis – Japanese spurge

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Rhododendron ‘Karens’ – Karen’s azalea

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Acer rubrum – Red maple

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Trillium cuneatum ~ Sweet Betsy

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Chaenomeles speciosa ~ Texas scarlet quince

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Vinca minor “Bowles Blue” ~ Periwinkle

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Spring display

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Viburnum carlsii ~ Koreanspice Viburnum

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Cercis canadensis ~ eastern redbud

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Azalea & Tulips

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Amelanchier canadensis ~ Canadian serviceberry, chuckleberry, currant-tree, Juneberry, Shadblow Serviceberry, Shadblow, Shadbush, Shadbush Serviceberry

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Muscari armeniacum ~ Grape hyacinth

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Tulip

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Hyacinth

© Ilex ~ Midwestern Plant Girl

19 thoughts on “Spring Blooming Flowers 4-29-2015

  1. All you northern hemisphere bloggers. Two months ago it was all, “Oh woe is us. It’s cold and my toes is froze. Will this never end. Oh dear poor old us.”
    But now, and everybody knows that spring comes, what do we get? “Look at all the pretty flowers isn’t it amazing?”
    Yes it is. Actually it is really amazing and for seventy years I haven’t stopped from wondering. Some really beautiful pics.

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  2. Lovely spring display! That Trillium has some wonderful leaves. I’ve got a big patch of Muscari at the end of my driveway, I will do what I can not to mow them. It’s funny b/c I have some random Tulips that have come up, Hyacinth & Muscari. I would love to have a little spring bouquet to bring inside but then if I take the blooms I worry I’ll hinder their expansion next year! Ah I shall continue to enjoy them where they are…

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