Tuesday, February 28, 2012

2/29 Outdoor Wednesday # 164

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This week I am sharing the forsythia that are blooming. The bright yellow blooms are very welcoming!

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30 comments:

  1. Wow! I'm early! Great colors. I plan on posting each week to make myself prep the gardens.

    Love the yellows posted. We have only few flowers out here.

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  2. isn´t it very early for them to bloom? Great shots of the sunshine bush. :)

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  3. Oh, these are like golden sunshine. Beautiful!

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  4. Snow on Sunday and more tonight here in Minnesota! No yellow, just lots of white everywhere!

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  5. Love your beautiful blooming bush!

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  6. Hello Susan. It is so beautiful and amazing how a plant can survive supporting those blooms for sometime without any green color at all. I can't think of any tropical plant here which behaves like those plants from the temperate climes.

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  7. Your forsythia is beautiful, Susan! Did you know it is the official flower of Brooklyn, NY?

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  8. All the yellow blooms make me smile! Thanks for hosting.

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  9. Wonderful yellow sunshine blooms. Similar colour to our wattle, though wattle blooms are complemented with silver grey foliage.
    Happy week!

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  10. I love forsythias. I have several, but they aren't blooming yet. Thanks for hosting.

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  11. Thanks for hosting. Love the yellow blooms.

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  12. Oh, yellow is my favourite flower colour! The yellow flower trees in my city are now starting to bloom as well - ushering the hothothot summer season.

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  13. Looks like Spring abounds in your neck of the woods. In Illinois we had a snowstorm the other day. I can dream about planting flowers soon by just taking a peek at your blog, Susan.
    Joyce M

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  14. Ours has not even started budding yet...soon though...I hope.

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  15. Wow! Your forsythia is gorgeous! I haven't even looked to see if mine is out--it must be though!

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  16. Gorgeous, award-winning photos!

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  17. What stunning blasts of tones you present us.

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  18. What stunning blasts of tones you present us.

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  19. I love the bright yellow of the forsythia.

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  20. Susan, those are beautiful colors blooming in your yard! Definite signs of Spring! Big hugs, xo

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  21. Yellow is always such a cheerful color! Bring on the spring!!

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  22. So much beautiful, vivid yellow. That just says "Spring" to me.

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  23. Your forsitha are beautiful. It will be awhile befor we have any although today has been crazy warm for Indiana, 68 degrees on Feb 29th is just plain weird, but I'll take it!

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  24. I love forsythia, and yours are gorgeous. Enjoy your beautiful blossoms. I'm doing an artwork giveaway. Hope you can find time to join the fun.

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  25. Wow. Your forsythia is gorgeous!
    Jeanni

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  26. Amazing plant! those yellows are all flowers? that is such a beauty!

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  27. Like your daydream name says, I like to dream that the golden leaves are real gold. Soon, our trees will be gold like yours, though, I have already seen some.

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