Spring Blooming Flowers 5-3-2016

We had a wonderful weekend camping in Racine, Wisconsin. There is a little gem of a campground run by Racine County. It doesn’t come up on the national reservation site reserveamerica.com. There were a few seasonals already set-up. Usually, at national forests, the limit for staying is 2 weeks. Obviously, they have their own set of rules. I respect that. Sadly, it rained all weekend… we found a bar there the owner came from my hubby’s home town, and the bartender came from Serbia and was a doppelganger for my neighbor’s Dad. Too odd. Those afternoon’s are pretty fun =-)

Hop on the hot tub time machine to see what I found blooming in 201320142015

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Muscari neglectum ~ Grape hyacinth

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Malus ~ Crabapple   |   Tulips

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I love these Daffy’s – I planted them last fall

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More Tulips   |   Pyrus calleryana ‘Chanticleer’

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Erythronium albidum ~ white fawnlily or white trout lily   |   Ribes uva-crispa ~ Gooseberry


© Ilex – Midwestern Plant Girl

19 thoughts on “Spring Blooming Flowers 5-3-2016

  1. Aaanndd – We’re back! Lovely spring colours. 🙂
    I’d be interested to know how long your daffodils last once the petals open?
    I used to have daffodils; nurtured and molly coddled them. When they finally bloomed they lasted barely one week!

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