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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Spring Blooms for Wordless Wednesday

Spring flowers are blooming and it's a great time for outdoor fun. 




What's your favorite springtime flower?



What sport or outdoor activities do you enjoy the most?



Do you spring clean or have any extra household tasks you take care of in the spring?

Want to see more spring flowers? Look here.

Please let me know you stopped by for a visit and what fun things you have planned for the spring. Why not get social with me? Share this post if you enjoyed seeing these beautiful spring flowers.

The quote for today follows: Spring is nature's way of saying, 'Let's party!'  Robin Williams


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    1. Thanks Amber. Just love flowers, spring, and new beginnings.

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  2. Very nice. Thanks for hosting.

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  3. Hi Nancy,
    Stopping by to say Hi and look at your Spring flowers. They are so pretty. We don't have any flowers out yet but do have some daffodils popping up through the ground. It still cold here. My new venture this spring is I have started to grow some of my own flowers from seeds. I bought Verbana seeds and started from in little recyclable pots to make hanging baskets and for my window boxes. This is my second try at it> I messed up my first batch by not having enough warmth and letting them dry out. Sent for new seeds and have started all over with making sure I mist them every day with water and bought regular heating pads for plants for underneath. So far don't see any signs of green but it suppose to take 21-30 days and it hasn't been quite 21 days yet, but I sure hope they grow for me. I followed every step this time to the T. Happy Spring.

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    1. I look forward to seeing your garden grow. Maybe you'd want to do a "through the growing season" series for your wonderful blog, https://organic4greenlivings.com. Have a marvelous spring Marla and thanks for visiting.

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  4. Pretty! I can't wait for spring blooms in Minnesota. We still have snow. :( #trafficjamweekend

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    1. Thanks +Barrie Bismark for the visit. Hope Minnesota warms up real soon. Which post is yours at #trafficjamweekend? I'll drop by your blog and check it out. Wishing many happy days to you.

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  5. Our spring flowers are just starting to pop up despite 2 inches of snow this morning -I hope they last. Thanks for sharing your beauties!

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    1. Thanks Judee for the visit. It's always a pleasure to hear from you. Wishing you sunny skies and a happy day.

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  6. i like your blog and the pictures. it all feels very gentle and like being hugged. i love all the bright neon yellow trees in tucson but i miss daffodils, tulips and hyacinths in grand profusion. i also love dark chocolate. thanks for telling me about your blog. maggie

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    1. Thanks Maggie for the visit and kind words. Understand about what I call "real spring flowers"(daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths) being a transplant to Tucson. The desert sure is in full bloom right now, and I especially love the Palo Verde Tree Flowers. Nothing like it! Please come back again.

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