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.
Reminder: Do NOT link in until after your post is up.
2. Add your Name and the Permalink to your post (NOT your general blog address) in “Mr. Linky”. For help with permalink see HERE.
Don’t forget to visit other Outdoor Wednesday participants by clicking on their links. Check back later to make certain you visit all the Outdoor Wednesday participants.
HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PARTICIPANTS:
Wow! Lovely and colorful!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I love azaleas. Mine was short lived this season as the heavy rain and wind beat the blooms down. Thanks for sharing yours and thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
Azaleas are so colorful in the southern states. They just pop. Nice job, Susan.ReplyDelete
I adore your azaleas. What a beautiful collection.ReplyDelete
Wow what a Lovely flower Azaleas :)ReplyDelete
beautiful azaleas. Some of ours are in bloom around here but it has been so cold and windy that I haven't been able to photograph much outdoors.ReplyDelete
Love the photos of your gorgeous azaleas. Thanks for hosting a great party.ReplyDelete
I love all the azaleas bloomed in such many shades of colors! Thanks for sharing them!ReplyDelete
My mother when I lived in Holland always had a azalea indoors. Of course in California I have one outdoors, right by the front door. I would love them in any color, but it seems some colors are hard to come by.ReplyDelete
Your azaleas are just beautiful! They don't grow as lovely anywhere as they do in the south.ReplyDelete
These azaleas are gorgeous and so beautiful!ReplyDelete
What beautiful blossoms!ReplyDelete
The azaleas are gorgeous. xo JennyReplyDelete
I am sooooooo anxious to see if mine even bloom, let alone have such full, beautiful flowers!!!...:)JPReplyDelete
i love flowers... so much!! my favorites are tulips!ReplyDelete