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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Celebrate Spring with Desert and Garden Flowers


I salute you with a Special Spring Desert and Garden Flowers, Colorful Leaves,and Flowering Tree Blog Post. I just noticed 500 people put this blog in their Google+ circles. Yahoo. I'm delighted and appreciative. This inspires me to visualize 500 more who will add me to their Google+ Circles or become Followers in the Coming Months. 









Now on to the show!







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Before you go take a moment to comment. 

What kind of spring flowers grow in your area?

Which flowers do you like the best? 

Which desert color or plant attracts your interest?

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Scroll down to the bottom of this post and enter your comment in the comment area, then click publish. Happy Spring!

The quote for today follows:

"For man, as for flower and beast and bird, the supreme triumph is to be most vividly, most perfectly alive."  D. H. Lawrence Quote Found on Brainy Quotes


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2 comments:

  1. Hi Nancy,
    Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures. I grow various types of daffodils, tulips of different colors (last fall I just planted 6 new bright red ones & they look like their popping up and looking good so far) lilacs, phlox, and a number of Spring bushes that I can't recall their names at the moment. I usually don't plant desert flowers they don't make it through our cold Winters and I usually only plant perennail except in my window boxes and pots I plant
    begonias, Inpatients of many different colors> Sharing on google, tweeting & pinning. Happy Spring!

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  2. So wonderful to learn what's in your spring garden. How bout a blog with plenty of pictures of your garden in it? Appreciate the support. Happy Spring back at you! Nan

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