Tuesday, February 21, 2012

2/22 Outdoor Wednesday # 163

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Spring is trying to get here early this year. The warm weather has caused the flowering plums to bloom. I notice them everywhere now. A touch of pink is a welcome sight!

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32 comments:

  1. What a delightful display of Spring blossom!
    Thank you for hosting Outdoor Wednesday.

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  2. Six inches of snow here this morning in Northern Minnesota. I am sharing photos from last summer!

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  3. Beautiful!
    I hope Spring will get early here too.
    Thanks for hosting.
    Have a great day.
    Mette

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  4. Absolutely beautiful! We've had a mild winter here but so far no signs of spring in our area.

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  5. Beautiful pictures!! We have a lot of Azaleas blooming in our area.

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  6. Love the color of those plum trees! Thanks for hosting the party!

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  7. Such beautiful spring bloomers! Love all the pink and the daffys are my favorites!! So glad that spring is just around the corner!
    Miss Bloomers

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  8. Hello Susan,
    Thank you for hosting Outdoor Wednesday! I am your newest follower and just joined your party today.
    The trees are so beautiful. Love the pinks. Where I live there is still a foot or so of snow on the ground and our trees won't bloom until late april!
    Nancy

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  9. Those plums are really wonderful and the first time i saw them i really got smitten. And the white plums look elegantly clean and majestic.

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  10. These are gorgeous. Really striking against the blue sky. What zone are you in?

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  11. Beautiful! Can't wait until things start blooming where I live. Thanks for hosting the party.

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  12. I haven't stopped by in a while...been too cold or wet to think about outdoors but suddenly...spring is starting to make an appearance and I'm ready!

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  13. is spring is coming to you, it means Autumn and winter will be here soon. Feb is our warmest month.

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  14. how wonderful. I certainly would not mind a long spring. We got some late snow over here in Sweden so it will probably take a while longer. .

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  15. Beautiful! I'm looking forward to spring... the brown empty trees are beginning to wear on my... but I shouldn't complain since the mild winter has led to lots of hiking for me! Have a great week!

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  16. An early spring is coming to Georgia - my garden is in full daffodil bloom! Loving it. So excited that it should be in the 70's today!
    Thanks for hosting,
    Kathy

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  17. We are far from spring here in the Rockies, so I especially appreciate these beautiful blossoms. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. Very pretty! We have apple and nectarine blossoms in our orchard, so exciting!

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  19. This is what our neighborhood looks like as well. It's so pretty and smells so 'springy' even though we know we need some rain!

    Robin

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  20. Beautiful blooms! We also have yellow and pink/purple flower trees that are beginning to bloom now. They signal the coming of summer in Phnom Penh.

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  21. The blooms are beautiful. I can't wait until things start blooming in Minnesota.

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  22. Oops, I think I linked twice! Thank you for hosting! I can't wait till things start blooming here so I'll have more to share.

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  23. Oooohhhh!!!! So lovely...and I am so jealous!

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  24. Beautiful. I wish we were that far away from winter...but alas we have months to go yet before the trees start blossoming.

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  25. Gorgeous signs of spring! Ah, for something pink in my world right now! We're getting yellow, gold and orange, but no pink yet.

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    1. Lovin' those pretty pink trees! Happy early spring to you. It's been a while since I last linked up. Thank you for hosting the blog party. Can't wait to visit some of these fabulous blogs.

      Ciao,
      Suzanne

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  26. Your lovely trees make me think I need to try to find a couple to plant here at my place!
    Snow predicted for this weekend here. Spring will have to wait a couple more weeks, I'm afraid. :~D

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  27. What a beautiful set of wonderful tones you present us. Lovely.

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  28. We're in the opposite season downunder and almost at autumn. Love your pink blossoms
    Bridget #74

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