Tuesday, March 23, 2010

3/24 Outdoor Wednesday # 63

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This week is the Cherry Blossom Festival in town… but the Cherry trees blooms are not here yet (maybe in the next week or two). Don’t worry, I’ll get some pictures!

The Bradford pear trees, however, are beautiful…. so I will share them this week!

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57 comments:

  1. Susan, the pear tree blossoms are as pretty as the cherry blossoms! Your photos are so lovely.

    Thank you for hosting Outdoor Wednesday each week!

    ♥ Pat

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  2. Lovely. Those photos make me want to take a deep breath and blow to see those gorgeous white blossoms float through the air.

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  3. How beautiful Susan! Happy Outdoor Wednesday!

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  4. Oh my goodness Susan! Those are just a vision of beauty! Love those trees!!!
    Cindy

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  5. Beautiful!! I love seeing the trees in bloom. I photographed some Bradford's today - they are beautiful. However, I did not get the pictures uploaded and edited, so used my post from Monday. Thanks so much for hosting again this week.

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  6. Hi Susan,
    Your photos are gorgeous, they really display the beauty of the Bradford's. Do the blossoms have a fragrance? I don't think we have any of those here....but I shall be on the lookout.
    I bet when the wind blows the blossoms of the trees it looks like snow. So Pretty.
    Thanks for hosting.
    :) Maryrose

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  7. Bradford Pear trees are beautiful! We had a huge one in our front yard but lost half of it during a storm. We removed the rest of it. Nice visiting you for your Outdoor Wednesday!

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  8. Wow, when all those blossoms begin to fall, I bet it looks like it's snowing :)

    Tink *~*~*

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  9. Breathtaking to see them all in bloom like that. Especialy when it's as dreary and dull as can be here in upstate NY. we have several weeks before that will happen here. I can't wait. thanks for the glimpse into the Spring.

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  10. What a wonderful site. I can't wait til it happens here. Thanks for the glimpse into springtime. It's still pretty dreary around here. (NY)

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  11. Love the cherry blossoms! They're all over Seattle as well!

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  12. Beautiful! Our blossoms are almost gone! Such a special time of year!

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  13. Hi Susan, we had the same idea! Trees! Very pretty...so many too! Thanks for hosting.

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  14. Hi Susan, I posted about the Bradford pear tree yesterday..they are beautiful trees..today I am sharing my Hummingbird feeders... Baba

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  15. Oh my - how beautiful. I covet your neighborhood! Thank you for sharing and hosting!

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  16. Your photos of Bradford Pear Trees are fantastic!
    Joyce M

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  17. wow, those trees are stunning! i wish i live in your neighborhood.:p

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  18. Those trees are incredible. I didn't know pear trees could look like that. Lucky you!

    Mine is a couple kissing in the spring sunshine!

    http://www.artsquadgraphics.com/blog/2010/03/23/spring-is-here/

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  19. Wow, I have never seen anything like that. Lovely for sure!

    I have a lot of jelly-fish at my place. =)

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  20. Susan, The Bradford Pear trees are beautiful, our are much younger trees but they are still beautiful. have a great Wednesday.

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  21. Your photos are beautiful! I can't wait to see what everyone is linking today!

    Have a great day!

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  22. That's just stunning to see a street lined with these white flowers!

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  23. Wow! Stunning! I sure do miss flowers.

    Blessings,
    Necel from the Old House in Texas

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  24. OOOOOOO SO GORGEOUS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  25. I live near Washington, DC and it will soon be time for the cherry blossom festival here too.
    The pear trees in your area are gorgeous, ours should be in bloom by this weekend.

    Kat :)

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  26. Those are gorgeous. They are almost opened all the way here.

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  27. How BEAUTIFUL ... thanks for sharing and for facilitating Outdoor Wednesday each week.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  28. Hello Susan! Those pear blossoms are wonderful. I have a mosaic of my pear tree blooming this week, too. Blessings on your week...

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  29. What very pretty trees! I love driving down tree lined streets.

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  30. hey susan, its been ages since i played here, i was in your very first outdoor wed, my time flies!

    LOVE the pears, they are everywhere in my town too, it looks like snow now as they flutter away. cherries are my very favorite trees too, mine are peaking and still take my breath away year after year~

    happen gardening to you, i have been living outdoors again, constantly sore and staggering in pain, wouldn't have it any other way!

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  31. Bradford Pear tress are one of my very favorite trees. I bought one, but it has never bloomed like the ones you shared today. These are simply beautiful.

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  32. Wow! Those blossoms are gorgeous! You must be close to 2 months ahead of us. We won't have fruit trees blooming till May. I've joined in for the first time this week. If you look at my post you will see that spring is just beginning here. I'm hopeful in spite of the snow in the forecast!

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  33. Gorgeous Trees!!
    Thanks for hosting.

    blessings
    barbara jean

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  34. I love eating Cherries..joining this wonderful meme for the first time. Thanks a lot Susan for hosting this meme...I love your pix here..thanks for sharing!

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  35. Gorgeous pictures of gorgeous trees!! Thanks for hosting Outdoor Wednesday every week. It's been a while since I've had a nice outdoor picture to share so I was looking forward to this week.

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  36. That is beautiful trees. I wish I have those trees in my backyard. Bless you!

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  37. What beautiful photos everyone has! Thanks for doing this...I'm a new blogger, and this is my first post on my first blog party! It's fun! :)
    -Rachel

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  38. What a gorgeous tree lined street! Sooo beautiful!

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  39. You are a little ahead of us in blooming trees -- but those Bradford Pears are stunning. Wow. Early spring, with its flowering trees and shrubs, is my favorite time in the garden. Any garden!
    Cass

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  40. Hi Susan,

    What gorgeous photos. They took me back to the days when I lived in Japan and would eat chestnuts under the sakura trees. Your photos are gorgeous.

    Thank you for hosting Outdoor Wednesday each week!

    Love,

    Holly and her two sisters

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  41. Fantastic pics. Don't you just love God's handiwork!!

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  42. You are so lucky to such beautiful blossoms in your yard already. Ours are still a couple of months away. I am so ready for it. Thanks again for hosting OW, I enjoy it so much. Hugs, Cindy S

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  43. The white blossoms of the pear tree makes it just as pretty as the cherry's pink. It makes it seem that the cherry is over rated.

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  44. The trees with their white blossoms are absolutely breathtaking!
    ( I just did a table setting and used faux petite pear trees, i just love them)
    xoxo

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  45. Wow, your trees are amazing!

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  46. Those trees are stunning. So glad I stumbled upon your blog!

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  47. Wow! I think it will take another three weeks for us to get such gorgeous blossoms! The South loves their flowering trees! (and the rest of us are envious!)

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  48. Gorgeous! Such an exciting dispaly of new life! I force branches indoors for a taste of early Spring!

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  49. Beautiful! I am always amazed with these pear trees... This is what I miss from my college days in GA and my backyard in TN...the dogwood and red bud trees, the pears, etc. I would take long walks just to see the flowers...
    Jane (artfully graced)

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  50. I love the pear trees. I am looking out my window at one now. They are beautiful and such a welcoming sign that Spring has FINALLY sprung!

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  51. Susan, those trees are absolutely amazing!!! I love the flowering trees and I can't wait until ours are in bloom. That is a month or so away still for the Manitoba area. Thank you for hosting this each week. It is so much fun. Hugs, Cindy S

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