Tuesday, April 16, 2013

4/17 Outdoor Wednesday # 223

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It’s time for “Outdoor Wednesday”. Learn more about “Outdoor Wednesday” HERE

1. POST your outdoor photos and the Outdoor Wednesday logo/button on your blog and link back to http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/ so that others will be able to find all the links to other Outdoor Wednesday posts.

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The azaleas are blooming! Spring is definitely here!

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24 comments:

  1. Your azaleas are beautiful! Thanks for sharing them with us, and thanks for hosting again this week!

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  2. Such beautiful azaleas. The colors are stunning. Thanks for hosting.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  3. your azaleas are ahead of ours...they are so colorful and delicate. cheers.

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  4. I never tire of the beauty of Azaleas!
    You've captured this in your awesome photos! thanks for sharing!
    Loi♥

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  5. They look beautiful. ours are not there yet...another month or so.

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  6. Your azaleas are gorgeous. Mine are gone and I miss them...Christine

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  7. Such lovely flowers - worth the wait, for sure.

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  8. Pink i have last week. I love pink!
    http://wieczorama.blogspot.de/2013/04/winterlinge.html

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  9. You have beautiful azaleas - I don't recall ever saying that to anyone before....

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  10. Gorgeous shots! Every spring when I see azaleas, I want a dozen for my yard!

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  11. Azaleas are so beautiful. Somehow they POP more when they grow in the Southern than in the Northern states. It must be the soil and more sunlight.

    In Wisconsin they have had six inches of snow this past week. The storm just missed the Chicagoland area. Our grass is turning green. Daffodils are just beginning to bloom. It should be gorgeous here in May if we are lucky and miss other snow storms coming from Colorado area.

    I will take on the day smiling after seeing your gorgeous Azalea blooms.

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  12. beautiful photo shots! we're starting to see signs of Spring here too!
    Helen

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  13. Oh my, what fabulous blooms!

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  14. Beautiful!!! We are slowly turning from winter to spring in our area ... it's nice to see blooms are happening in your area. Thanks for hosting such a fun party ... Blessings, C. (HHL)

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  15. I love the azalea's this time of year! And hopefully next year I will be living down in that region so I can enjoy an early colorful spring! I have posted on your linky party... aren't you the best for doing this! ... and am now a follower of yours! So excited to read everyone's posts,make some new friends and see new places!

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  16. Those are gorgeous. That second image is my fave. Love azaleas!

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  17. I love azaleas! They have already come and gone here in New Orleans and they were absolutely gorgeous this year. Looks like they are gorgeous in your neck of the woods as well. :)

    Christi

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  18. Your flowers are gorgeous! They brightened my day:) Thanks for hosting!

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  19. Beautiful! My sister in Arkansas has a fantastic display of azaleas around her house just like yours. One of these days I hope to visit her at this time of year and see them for myself.

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