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Sunday, January 25, 2009

Today's Flowers

Hooray! Something a little different is finally happening around here.
Daffodils are starting to bloom.


Such a sweet smelling Hyacinth
A type of Primerose



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45 comments:

dot said...

Wow, how do they bloom before ours? I love your pictures and especially the flower garden in your header.

Gunilla said...

What lovely flowers. I dont know what kind of flower daffodil is.
But I shall look for it. They are so beautiful.

Greetings

Gunilla in Sweden

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh how beautiful, Darla. I can't wait til 'our' spring--since we have Daffodils planted and also Hyacinths. They are usually the first to bloom in late March/early April here--along with our cute little crocuses.

Thanks for helping me realize that spring WILL come.
Hugs,
Betsy

People with Cameras said...

Oh wow, really! I'm so jealous :) These are soooooo pretty!

Maria said...

Beautiful spring pictures *sigh* Here we still have winter, but already friendly sunny days :)

George said...

There's hope -- daffodils and hyacinths in bloom. Sprint WILL come. We just have to wait a little longer than you do!

Leora said...

Daffodils! Wow. We won't see those until March. Then we see them in abundance.

Lovely photos.

arleena said...

Lovely pictures. Flowers are pretty.

Peggy said...

They are very unusual daffodils, but beautiful. Always the first flower of spring.

RuneE said...

You are lucky to get such beautiful flowers now. We don't get daffodil until April.

Rosamaria said...

Darla, you always shows beautiful flowers!

Arija said...

Spring is definitely springing in your garden. They are all so vibrant and fresh, you can almost feel them pushing up through the soil. Lovely post full of the wonders to come.

Raven said...

Lovely series of photos.Love the primroses as I don't see them much these days. I used to grow them many, many years ago!

Lilly said...

Great pics. I always look forward to daffodil season here.

perennialgardener said...

Look at those gorgeous Daffs! What is the name of that cultivar? You really get some early spring bloomers in your garden Darla. :)

Reader Wil said...

Well that's what I call an early spring! Wonderful daffodils and a pink hyacinth!

bennie and patsy said...

Love your spring , ours is a long way off.But we have birds.
Patsy

Joyoz said...

I really like daffodils especially the yellow and white. So bright.

Leedra said...

You go girl! Got lots of pretty flowers. You keep reminding me what it would be like to live in Fla. Like I don't already want to.

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VALKYRIEN said...

The daffodils are so lovely, with the dewdrops! Sigh - I long for spring!

Frances said...

Oh happy day, real live daffodils, not photos from last year! That is the best news ever, thanks so much for showing us. That hyacinth is so cheering also. We should have the early daffs next month, and some crocus should be opening any day, if only it would warm up for an extended period. Such a different, colder winter than usual for us. I am glad for your flowers, for you and for us! :-)
Frances

Fotos da Lurdes said...

Very beautiful flowers...
Love especially the pink one...


Greetings from Portugal

2sweetnsaxy said...

Oh, these are so nice! I'm glad you're getting some blooms. I've never planted daffodils though I like them. :-)

Marsha said...

I can't believe you have such beautiful flowers in January! Simply amazing to me. They are all gorgeous and make me wish for spring.

Carletta said...

Lucky you!
Your flowers are blooming and we got a coating of snow today. :)
These are lovely.

Olga said...

The daffodils are gorgeous! I can't believe they are blooming: it's 20 degrees over here.

blossom said...

Daffodils. My favorite flower. such beauty. I wish I have daffodils here in Malaysia. No, never seen them anywhere here. I fall in love with daffodils during my years in California as a student - more than 20 years back. Still love them today ...

msdewberry said...

Gorgeous!! I wish spring were here now!

Dorothy said...

Hi Darla,
How wonderful to see these beautiful flowers!! All we have here is brown grass. If it's Spring there, it will soon come to us here in MS. Thanks for this lovely post!

marie-louise said...

Beautiful pictures of beautiful flowers.

Zriz said...

Lovely flowers! I love the first photo!

Lorie said...

Those are gorgeous!! That is the one thing I wish we had in AZ, a season for gorgeous flowers to bloom!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Oh my gosh were do you live to have them come up so early? We would never see this till March or later.
Now you have me drooling as i sit here watching the snow fall

Tammie Lee said...

Oh your flowers are all so beautiful.

Cookie said...

you're having an early spring :)

lovely flowers :)

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Norm said...

you know what? you have the best series of flowers every week, love all your flowers.

mamajil said...

Oh your Daffodils are beautiful! That has to be my all time favorite flower but you know I've never tried to grow them....beautiful garden as always...
Hey is now the time for me to plant onion and garlic sets???

Oh and btw...I thought my Riley post might get your attention...You spoiled her rotten back in the day, she is still so rotten and cute~
love ya!
mamajil

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Lucky you! I'll be a while before daffodils poke their leaves through the soil here in Ontario! I guess I'll just have to enjoy yours. ;-)

Lapa37 said...

You have flowers already wow.They are some pretty pictures.

fishing guy said...

Darla: Beautiful flowers and you are getting a good responce to all the flowers.

Paz said...

You always have the loveliest flower shots. Thanks for sharing with us.

Paz

Inkivääri said...

So beautiful ones, especially those daffodils:)

Roses and Lilacs said...

Those are so lovely. The primrose are such pretty colors. Lucky you, we are still in the deep freeze and will be for quite a while.
Marnie

ViennaDaily said...

This is the first time for me to see this kind of daffodils, beautiful and refreshing! And Hyacinth, of course I dont have to say how lovely!

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Darla

Always wonderful your flowers!
Great post and thanks for visiting my blog!

Luiz