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Spring Flowers for Mosaic Monday


spring flowers mosaic
Everyday lately there has been something new pop up in the garden. The tulip and daffodil leaves have really burst out of the soil.  Last year I planted a new Hellibore and I have a flower on it.  The tiny little Muscari ‘neglectum’  is such a pretty blue. The red tulips have heads but have not opened and another miniature that that grows in the grass called  Storksbill with showy little pink flowers in the spring.  You never know what you are going to find tomorrow.
I will be joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.  Have a wonderful week. Valerie

Comments

Pamela Gordon said…
We haven't any blooms here, other than crocus, but I'm out checking every day for growth in the garden under the leaves. The daffodils are up about 6 inches now. It's snowing this afternoon and looks like a cool week ahead here so growth has slowed down. Have a great week!
Crafty Gardener said…
How lovely having blooms. The helibore is a lovely colour.
Marydon said…
I love each day in the spring for the joy of the blooms to be found ...

Have a beautiful day ~
TTFN ~
Marydon

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eileeninmd said…
Your Hellibore is pretty and I love the color of the Muscari. Lovely flowers and mosaic. Happy Spring!
Wow Val, the hellebore is a beautiful shade of burgundy. I guess will say goodbye to the warm weather for a few days:( Take care, Jen.
Snap said…
Isn't it fun to see what will bloom next?!!! Lovely Hellebore and the pretty blue Muscari. Happy Spring!
Valerie, This mosaic is so pretty, but look at the wonderful flower pictures you worked with...gorgeous.
Carol said…
Such beautiful blooms! We're starting to see some in our garden, too! Such a pretty time of year. Have a great week!
Vee said…
Nothing this pretty in my corner... I love delicate spring flowers. They're very special.
Great!
Have a wonderful week,
Markus
Naturegirl said…
Val! I'm loving the idea that when we arrive home in a month my flowers will be smilling at me!Until then I'll enjoy all the citrus ready for harvest here in sunny AZ! Good to keep tabs on weather back home through your images!
lisa said…
What a beautiful mosaic Val!
It looks like you are having a wonderful spring.
Happy Monday to you!
What a beautiful flower...I wouldn't have known what it was! Everything is so early this year! Happy Monday! ♥
Perfection!!!

If you have not had a chance yet, I hope you can stop by and view my Mosaic Monday entry as well. Very much appreciated~

Mary
Hi Val
Very nice macro shots of the pretty blooms in your garden.
Judith
Heather said…
Lovely photos - haven't done the hellebore thing yet, but now that I'm in a Zone 6 I think I'll give it a try.
Glenda/MidSouth said…
Enjoyed seeing your touch of Spring Mosaic - very pretty. I love seeing the first signs of Spring pop up.
Thanks for stopping by and nice comment.
Such a lovely mosaic of spring blossoms. I love the helibore ...such a pretty flower!
Jann Olson said…
Beautiful V! I have 3 Hellebores, but mine are still in bloom. Love your Springy mosaic! I have a new linky party. It will open at 4 mst. today. Would love for you to share!
Hugs,
Jann
You live so exiting time to watch everything popping up. I'm so waiting to that happen too. Love the hellebores.

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