All sorts of new blossoms at the farm this week. Spring, it seems, keeps…um, springing. And we are quite happy about that. In just the last week cherries, pears, strawberries and apples all started to bloom. And the peaches, nectarines, figs, rosemary and blueberries came into full flower. Our potato plants are taking off, the mint is already trying to take over the world and wisteria is just starting. Citrus still sits ready on the tree (but not for much longer).The bees are back, doing their magic. Wildflowers start to cover the hills. Color and sound fills the soul. This never gets old. Never.
- Nearing the vernal equinox (susanwennerstrom.com)
- Early Arrivals At The Farm (swaico.wordpress.com)
- Peach Blossoms (ohmyomiyage.wordpress.com)
So so beautiful!! Wish I could smell! 🙂
Thanks! It is a nice change from winter…
Beautiful ….. envy !!! But there is hope for us too … Spring will be here this year too. Peach blossoms have I only seen in China and the apricot blossoms was every more beautiful … it was a whole valley of them and it was breathtaking .. and apricot in shades. Thank you so much for bring spring, hope and beauty to me.
Glad you enjoyed the photos…spring comes for all. Just never soon enough..
I know, but I love the winter … when it’s happens when it’s suppose too. *smile
What a great time of year!
figs–oh the envy 🙂 We just got 4 more inches of snow. Arrrgh… Appreciate the blossoms and am glad you can!
Go skiing, maybe? 😉
Gorgeous. I’m jealous here, as I woke up to 32 F and pouring rain. Seriously, how un-fun is that?
I’ll look forward to Spring through your photos. Thank you.
Thanks. That is unfun, we can’t argue…but spring is coming…
Oh lucky you,!, how very very beautiful ….
The air must smell lovely. I think I would get nostril blisters from constant inhaling of petal perfume.
Thanks. It is nice…lots of pollen in the air, too….not as nice.
Gorgeous photos! -Such a beautiful time of year and you garden must be like taking a stroll in paradise 🙂
California does have its moments…it has been a lovely week. No complaints.
Looks like hope!
Your pictures are so beautiful! Spring where you are is so different than Arizona. Thanks for sharing.
I would like to see spring there…always more beauty out there.
You have no idea how envious I am of your budding harvest! It’s times like these that I wish a had something bigger than an apartment and balcony. That, and the addition of green thumbs, as I’ve successfully killed every herb I’ve tried to cultivate on said balcony. I love the poetic beauty of growing something from scratch, watching it grow and finally, making the transition from garden to kitchen. But alas, so far this evades me!
Hi, Try the herbs inside by a window…sometimes they like it. And keep trying- green thumbs take a while (it took us a while)…
Thanks for sharing the beautiful blossoms, gives me hope that Spring is around the corner!
Thanks for the visit!
That is a terrific and very cheeky blog post title.
Thank you for sharing these blossoms. They are exquisite.
Thanks- we are always happy to share. We get excited this time of year…
You are so right, the arrival of Spring never gets old or boring. I love your pics and could look at cherry and peach blossoms all day!
So could we. The only sad thing is that the blossoms only last a short time. At least we get the fruit later in the summer.
Yum! I can just imagine your visual treats and the fruit to come. We may still have snow here later this week, so no blossoms yet to get damaged.
Seems there is still lots of snow around. We could have used a bit more rain, but no complaints.
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hello, putneyfarm… you capture them dainty and pretty. thanks for sharing. 🙂
Thanks! At least something is “dainty” around here (lots of boys)…and Carolyn certainly is pretty….
hahaha. you’re welcome… 🙂 waving…
Oh wow, how gorgeous! Still waiting for little buds to even show themselves on our trees and bushes in NJ. Thank you for sharing.
Thanks for the visit!
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Thanks! And thanks for the visit!