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April is Blooming

 

Early April Blooms on Paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The snow has almost disappeared in the area with just the odd places where the sun does not get to.   The Hellibore Niger was the first to appear as soon as the snow melted and this morning the early yellow crocus appeared.   We are going to have rain tomorrow but that is good as it will wash away all the salt and sand left on the grass from the winter snowplows.   Everything will be freshened up and appear brand new.    I hope that you are enjoyed the beginning of spring in your area.    Have a great week.   Valerie

Our gracious host Mary encourages us to participate in Mosaic Monday.   It is where friends meet.  See you there

Comments

Anonymous said…
How silly of me not to have any crocus in my yard! Really must plant some.

Lovely mosaic!

Di
Carolyn said…
Hi Valerie,
It is so nice to see signs of spring. We still have two ft. of snow in spots and bare in other spots.I was happy to see some crocus blooming though.
looks like you are well on your way to gardening season.
Carolyn
Marydon said…
Finally tomorrow we will have a beautiful spring day ... & I will be digging in the dirt.

Happy April ~
TTFN ~
Marydon

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Bernie said…
That is such a beautiful mosaic, Val. It's wonderful to see those little flowers waking up!
Hi Val
Great photos and spring just might be here to stay. We did some gardening in the front today.
Judith
Hi Val, Love the background on the mosaic. I have tulips and crocus just peeking out of the soil. With the rain forcast they should be flowering soon. hugs, Jen.
eileeninmd said…
It is wonderful to start seeing the flowers popping out of the ground. Wonderful mosiac. We are a little late around here so I am still waiting.
Snap said…
Lovely mosaic ... spring is springing!
podso said…
Such a nice mosaic...and I think you have a new header. It's beautiful!
Carol said…
Great photo's, love the blooms. I love the rain, it does wash away the winter blues!
How pretty...the art as a background to the photos is beautiful! ♥
Jeri ~ said…
You have created such a pretty spring mosaic, I love it!
Vee said…
I like your background for the flowers. It's so nice to see some posies blooming somewhere. None here...yet!
Spring is slowly starting to appear here in the Midwest. I love the first blooms!
EG Wow said…
Nice to see all that colour, Valerie! ))
Becky K. said…
It is soooo good to see signs of Spring! I've been enjoying my few crocus. You have a lovely mosaic.
Jill Harrison said…
I can see you are enjoying the emerging of spring and the promise of new flowers. These crocus are lovely.
Sheila said…
Your mosaic is lovely. It's a wonderful time of year - especially if you're a gardener!
Lorrie said…
I love this quieter version of spring beauty.
Suzy said…
Your early spring blooms are beautiful! I love hellebores.
Pondside said…
So pretty with the bird and background!
I'd gladly blow a little rain your way if I could.
Anonymous said…
A beautiful Spring mosaic.A time for newborn and regrowth...I can only imagine the sweet melodies within your garden! yvette@twistedvines
Val -- very fun mosaic -- love the combo of the print AND photo

Im looking forward to spring.

Claudia

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