Welcome to my craft blog. Sit back and relax as I show photos of my latest creations along with favorite recipes and garden photos of my backyard. I have a space here in town at Northern Roots Artisan Market where I have my crafts for sale.
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Monday, May 9, 2011

MY SPRING FLOWERS

Hope everyone had a great Mother's Day. It was such a nice day to work in the yard. Here are a few photos of some spring flowers that finally started blooming. It is supposed to rain all week here in northern Wisconsin. The first photo is some yellow primrose.
The second photo is of the yellow daffodils that are just starting to open.
The third photo is my pink Hydrangea. It is so pretty.
The tulips are behind this year.

6 comments:

Karen said...

Becky, wasn't it a beautiful Mother's Day outside? The weather was just perfect. Unfortunately, we're back to the rain now. You have the largest primrose I have EVER seen, now that is a whopper! And so very beautiful.

All of your flowers are lovely, it's so good to see them after this long winter.

TheCrankyCrow said...

Gorgeous Becky!!! Loving those tulips!! Now, you're not that far away from me, but your flowers are ahead!! I finally snipped some daffodils and brought them inside to force them - I'm so tired of waiting already!! Well day 1 of rain in - 4 or 5 to go. Hang in there Girlfriend! Have a great week! Smiles & Hugs, Robin

Sheila said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos with us! It has been raining for 4 days now and supposed to the next 3 or 4. Everything is very green though!
Have wonderful week.
Blessings,
Sheila

Darla said...

Spring is definitely showing up in your gardens as we in the south are embracing the heat of an early summer.

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Beautiful~ OH, I love the spring blooms & blossoms!!!thanks for sharing your beauty's!
Smiles
Teresa

Denise * KKL Primitives said...

Your garden flowers are beautiful. I was just admiring the photos of your garden on the right of your blog too. So gorgeous!