Spring Blooming Flowers 4-19-2016

Hop on the T.A.R.D.I.S. to see what I found blooming in 201320142015.

Happy Tuesday! We’ve finally got another batch of blooming flowers. I think these posts will be flowing quite more often now. I see so many things in bud. It’s been warm and rainy, just how spring is supposed to be.

I hear so many folks here in the Midwest whining that spring is so late and the weather has sucked. Does everyone have amnesia? It’s been a beautiful spring and early according to my records. Well, ok.. 2012 was really early.

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Daffodils with hyacinth  |  Lamium purpureum – Purple dead nettle

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Caltha palustris ~ Marsh Marigold

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Hellebore orientalis ~ Lenten rose

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More daffy’s. They look like sunny-side-up eggs  |  Azalea ~ Not sure of flavor

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Magnolia × soulangeana ~ saucer magnolia

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Magnolia stellata ~ Star magnolia   |   Magnolia × loebneri ‘Merrill’ ~ Merrill Magnolia

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Prunus serrulata ~ Beautiful cherry

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Prunus serrulata ~ Cherry   |   Taraxacum officinale ~ Dandelion


© Ilex – Midwestern Plant Girl

29 thoughts on “Spring Blooming Flowers 4-19-2016

  1. Well, whether spring is early, late or just right, you sure get some lovely blooms once it does arrive 🙂
    Daffodils have always been a favourite of mine, but I’m glad to see you also include the ‘lowly’ dandelion 🙂

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  2. Oh my! Your world really is in bloom!
    … and to think I was out in the yard yesterday getting excited by the smallest hint of new growth starting to peek out 🙂
    You’ve given me an early hint of what’s to come 🙂

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  3. I’m a fan of magnolias and once I will buy a big one… big enough that not even the blindest guy with a lawn mower will see it :o) (unbelievable, this man killed one lilac, two magnolias and a friggin eggs-pensive gingko biloba, he must be the main character of Stephen Kings novel)

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