Silent Sunday – Spring Flowers

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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54 Responses to Silent Sunday – Spring Flowers

  1. Brian Skeys says:

    Spring time tree leaf colour along with the blossom is a joy just now. Is that a Maple tree flower in the big picture?

  2. Ah, the bursting forth of spring just makes you smile. Beautiful.

  3. gaiainaction says:

    Very beautiful Eliza!

  4. Alice says:

    So many beautiful flowers to enjoy! Lungwort reminds me of Virginia bluebells and when I just looked that up another word is lungwort oysterleaf! Andromeda is so gorgeous, flowering, now.

  5. Val Boyko says:

    I love reliving Spring with you! We are about 3 weeks ahead. Early azaleas and dogwoods are about to burst!

  6. sandyjwhite says:

    Spring is underway…Yeah!!

  7. How vibrant yet tender. Love Spring!

  8. Debbie says:

    Such beauties! It might be a “silent” Sunday, but these posies speak volumes!

  9. Lovely spring flowers Eliza!

  10. Things are coming along nicely 😊

  11. Kris P says:

    Spring may take its time arriving in your part of the country but it unfurls beautifully!

  12. Jane Lurie says:

    Hopeful, quiet beauty. Thanks, Eliza.

  13. Widdershins says:

    Hello, my pretties. 🙂

  14. Nature is truly amazing how a flower or tree bud unfurls into a beautiful gem!

  15. Cathy says:

    It is comforting to see old friends return isn’t it. 😃

  16. spanishwoods says:

    Beautiful images Eliza. I love the pattern on the purple petals. 🙂

  17. All flowers are a pleasure, but those we enjoy in Spring are especially delightful.

  18. Jet Eliot says:

    A springtime wonder to behold, thank you Eliza. I am espec. drawn to the maple celebration. Wow, what an elegant and complex event new maple leaves go through.

  19. Robin says:

    How beautiful! ❤

  20. naturebackin says:

    The new maple leaves and flowers epitomise spring. The lungwort is gorgeous – is it a native wild flower?

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