Tuesday, February 26, 2013

2/27 Outdoor Wednesday # 216

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Rain, rain, go away! It seems like it has rained for weeks. I did get outside and take a few pictures of some forsythia that were blooming when it wasn’t raining. The forsythia blooms remind me that Spring is not too far away!

Forsythia shubs

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Forsythia-bush

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20 comments:

  1. I would love see some beautiful yellow forsythia over all the snow we have on the ground. Thanks for hosting each week. hugs ~lynne ~

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  2. I love forsythia. Great photos. Thanks for hosting.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  3. I have a photo of my front flower border in the Flea Market Gardens magazine Reader's section!

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  4. I love forsythia, but never see any in So CA. When "I go home to Virginia in the Spring it's all over there.
    Thanks for bringing back some great memories.
    Mary

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  5. Your forsythia does you credit. Excellent.
    We've hardly had any rain for months now. There ain't no justice uh.
    Have a good week.

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  6. Your forsythia is blooming so beautifully! We ahve lots of snow on the ground but that's good -- hopefully the west wo't have the same drought as last year.

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  7. The forsythia is gorgeous. I don't have any growing in our garden, but this reminds me that I should plant some. Thanks for hosting.

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  8. I do not have forsythia growing in our garden but have admired it each Spring. Their yellow blossoms make my heart sing. I really like your post this week. Thanks for being the hostess.
    JM Illinois

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  9. I haven't had a forsythia plant in years but this is just beautiful! In our area the flowering plum trees tell us first that spring is near!

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  10. Aww! Lovely pictures I love forsythia.
    xoxo, ieczora (◔‿◔) | My photoblog

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  11. Hi Susan,

    Your forsythia bush is beautiful! I can't wait for my crocus bulbs to start sprouting up. I really need a sign that spring is on the way :-)

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  12. HI SUSAN, YOUR FORSYTHIA IS BEAUTIFUL. OURS HASN'T EVEN STARTED TO BLOOM. SIGH. COME ON SPRING.
    Jeanne xo

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  13. Beautiful forsythia. Mine has just started to bloom.

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  14. I had a lot of forsythia at our last home. I always loved when they bloomed.

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  15. we have this golden plant too.

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  16. Beautiful pictures! I wish the forsythia would last longer. It always seems to be blooming when the weather is too bad to get out to see it. Have a wonderful day!

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  17. I'm certainly enjoying your hints of spring to come! I noticed yesterday that my pussywillows are budding, but it is still snowing...so I'm not sure that is a good thing!

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