Spring Flowers

It happens to me every year: my attention is drawn outside and I never want to come back in. Here are a few reasons why:

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wild violets in the grass
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crabapple blossoms at their peak
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leopardsbane lurking in the shadows
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lilacs that perfume the air
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wild columbine
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bleeding hearts

Happy Monday. May you have flowers, flowers, and more flowers.

 

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8 Comments

  1. Lilacs aren’t out here yet but the hedgerows are green again and there are bluebells which I adore. Unfortunately I got a cold and I don’t feel up to a hike in the bluebell woods…maybe later in the week xxx

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  2. Like you, I am drawn to these first flowers of the season. Thank you for sharing these beautiful blooms. Right now I have a bouquet of lilacs on my dining room table and bleeding heart in my living room.

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  3. I don’t know leopardsbane. It must not grow in Colorado. Those bleeding hearts though! My goodness, they are phenomenal. Spring flowers make the long winter disappear, don’t they?

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