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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Spring Wild Flowers.

I went out and walked around the yard yesterday.  I saw a lot of Spring wild flowers blooming all over the place and of course, I had to come in and get my camera.  I figured that I would post them on my blog and that is just what I am going to do.







Spring time is always pretty with splashes of color from wild flowers all over the place.  OK everyone, today is a good day to take time to smell the flowers and have a great day, you hear?

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  1. The last picture reminds me of strawberries.

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    1. Yes they do and they do get some small red berries on them, but they are NOT strawberries.

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  2. The flowers are so pretty and delicate looking.

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    1. This is a pretty time of year around here. Everywhere I look, I see some wild flowers.

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  3. We hope to see some when we get to Whitby Texas, later today.

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    1. I am sure you will. Maybe not the same type of flowers, but there will be lots of wild flowers to brighten your journey.

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  4. My neighbors have gone on a short road trip just to check out the wild flowers around here. I'm house sitting, but there is plenty to see around here as well!

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    1. I have always said that there is beauty everywhere, all you have to do is look for it. Of course, some place you have to look a lot harder than other places.

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  5. Love wild flowers and I should go out and find some last week I didn't see many and the ones I did see I couldn't pull over to get shots.

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    1. I have 12 acres here and there are a lot of wild flowers on my property. I keep most of the acreage natural, only mowing about an acre and a half.

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  6. Ah yes that good old Spring Tonic. 12 acres with lots of wildflowers sounds pretty darn nice to me.

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    1. In the middle there is a lake/swamp. The frogs can sing quite loudly. Most of the rest is wooded.

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    2. How I wish to hear the frogs speak again. The State created their silence. Your Shamrock with lavender flowers stunned me - wild flower! - that's delightful. Shamrocks are so easy to grow but not a 'wildflower' around this area. My original Shamrock plant is now 47 years old. I can just imagine with what contentment you live, DD. BTW, am I to assume you have snakes also? (shivvver)

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    3. If that is a Shamrock, then they grow all over my place. And yes, of course, we have snakes, but I like snakes, too.

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  7. Since we still have a snow covering here I can't smell the flowers. However, I sure can enjoy the pictures you posted of the wildflowers. Hopefully I can enjoy some blooms here real soon. Have a great weekend.

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    1. Yep, Wisconsin doesn't warm up as soon as the Gulf Coast of Texas, but your time will come.

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  8. It is the perfect time for sitting on the porch and looking at all the beautiful flowers that surround you.

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    1. Yes, this is a nice time of year. The temps haven't gotten into the 90's yet.

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  9. I love it when the spring flowers start to bloom. Almost all our snow is gone and hoping all the huge puddles dry up quick.

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