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Fascination in the Flowerbed

Every Sunday I gather what photos I have to share for Mosiac Monday with our host Mary.  The last few weeks with warm temperatures that are a little unusual for this area the garden has been abloom.  I am not complaining by any means.  It just seems like it is in a rush.  Winter is so long here you like to savour every last drop of spring while you can.   This weeks mosiac is what is in bloom this week.  This morning I saw the grape hyacinth in the back garden, the white christmas cactus with blooms for the third time this year, the pulminaria with its little flowers that are pink and blue, one of my favourites in the spring garden is the pasque flower, I was happy to find the native single bloodroot blooming in a place I don't remember planting it and finally a little perennial violet.   I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.  Visit Mary who will link you to other Mosiac Monday photos.   Have a great garden week.

Comments

Terri and Bob said…
I agree, spring seems to be in a hurry. Love your mosaic!
Bobbi said…
Very lovely mosaic!
Winter is so long here, I try to enjoy the cooler days just as much as I enjoy the warm days. Lovely mosaic. Have a wonderful week and take care.
Glenda/MidSouth said…
Thanks for sharing your pretty touches of Spring. I love Spring!
kim said…
Love your flower varieties. It is fun finding new things blooming each day.
Snap said…
Valerie, beautiful mosaic of the blooms in your garden. Wonderful!
luna said…
Beautiful flowers and mosaic!
Happy Mosaic Monday..Luna
luna said…
Beautiful flowers and mosaic!
Happy Mosaic Monday...Luna
Naturegirl said…
We savor each day as our world changes so quickly soon the baby birds will be here to enjoy!How wonderful to be enjoying the sights and sounds of Spring!
EG Wow said…
Your mosaic is filled with very lovely blossoms, Valerie.

Although the daffodils are blooming early in my garden, I'm hoping they will last longer than most years. My fingers are crossed!
Such pretty photos, what a lovely garden you have

All things nice...
eileeninmd said…
Lovely flowers and mosaic. I am in no rish for summer. So I hope spring last awhile longer.

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