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Spring Blooms at Allan Gardens

This week a few ladies from Mt. Albert Garden and Horticulture Society went to Allan Gardens in Toronto to see what spring bloomers had been planted. I photographed a few of them.  Mosiac Monday is hosted by Mary at http://dearlittleredhouse.blogspot.com/.   Join us there. 

Comments

Love the flowers in the trough.
Lovely mosaic and good idea for early spring blooms from the Nursery! Hopefully they will be blooming in our own gardens soon!
Patriotic Mom said…
I am hoping we see some blooms soon! I love how the planter with the yellow and orange blooms are arranged. Thanks for visiting my blog today, Joan @Americana By Candlelight
Tara said…
Beautiful buds!
Naturegirl said…
Spring is certainly in the air looking at blooms at the many indoor gardens and shops!
Thank you for reminding me of Canada Blooms in your recent post!
I just joined in on MM today!
Hello Valerie,

I've been gone all day and just now visiting Mosaic Monday folks. :0)

The blooms are so refreshing...there really is hope for Spring!

Drop by when you have a free moment. :0)

♥ Love & Faerie Dust ♥
Stephanie
32˙North said…
Ah, ranunculus! One of my all time favorites!
Beth said…
Very pretty mosaic! Spring is definitely on the way!

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