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Saturday, May 4, 2013

Blooming at the F&P

A recent post described yard work that Grenville and myself have been doing around The Frog & PenguINN. Here’s what’s been blooming, despite a return of very un-spring like weather.

COLORFUL annuals in flower pots on the front and back patios and some perennials in the front flower beds have started in bloom.

Pinks and reds . . .
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Purple and white . . .
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Also been a LOT of green and yellow . . . 
pollen collage
Pollen season is here (and everywhere).
How are your flowers and/or gardens doing?

9 comments:

Out on the prairie said...

Very nice, my planting hasn't got a very good start, it is still cold for a few more days

Sandra said...

almost every color of spring represented here, so beautiful and I love that pollen pick that makes me sneeze myself to death...

Montanagirl said...

Beautiful blooms! Next time we're in town, we'll have to pick up a few flowers. It's finally feeling spring here.

Triumph said...

Here in Eugene, Oregon the forecast is for over 80 degrees on Sunday which will be an all-time record for the date. So far this year rainfall is less than one-third of normal. Okay, there is no "normal". It's either much too dry or much too wet; much too cold or much too hot. What happened to "just right"?

thecottagebythecranelaketwo said...

Wenderful colors!
A bit too early to see anything like it here yet but we're heading that way now, finally :-)

Have a great day!
Christer.

Daisy said...

Your blooms all look so pretty! It's early here yet for most flowers, but things should be looking more colorful in another week or two.

Lois Evensen said...

How pretty! Thanks for sharing. Almost everything where we are is blue. ;)

Anvilcloud said...

Believe it or not, even we have been out buying and planting flowers. It's a bit early, but when temps are almost reaching 80F, it's nigh unto impossible to resist.

OldBikeRider said...

Mostly we have pollen here in southwest Virginia, with the usual suspects showing color - dogwoods, red-buds and forsythia - in reverse order. You sure have a colorful place there.

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