Friday, May 09, 2008

Garden pics

These are just about being pretty, not particularly interesting.

Tulip


Crabapple


Bleeding Hearts

11 comments:

Leslie said...

Beautiful! The detail in your photos is amazing. I've been having photo fun in the garden, too!

Sarah said...

Beautiful.

I love the bleeding hearts, and lovely, lovely tulips.

Kristina said...

Pretty AND interesting! I particularly like the detail in the top photo... (I'm a dolt when it comes to flowers, though I did recognise the bleeding hearts).

:-)

Kristina

Bezzie said...

Yes, they'll be much more photogenic when they're dead ;-)

Cindy G said...

Ahhh, lovely. All wonderful, but the tulip picture is particularly stunning.

Batty said...

They're beautiful! I think I need some of those Bleeding Hearts ones, they're so pretty... wonder if they're difficult to grow...

dale-harriet said...

OK, it must be warmer on your side of town; my flowers are coming along, but (excepting the Trillium) they're not as advanced. Could it be our flowers reflect our knitting skills? Mine should bloom around...oh....November! (heheheee) These are brilliant! Here stands proof: it is NOT perpetually Winter in Wisconsin. (Ooops...should I have said that?)

ericah64 said...

This kind of pretty IS interesting! I'm always inspired by your garden pictures.

Lynn said...

Beauty IS interesting. At least, I wonder why we consider some things beautiful and other things not (Bezzie aside). I like very much the rhythm in the bleeding heart photo, for example.

MollyBeees said...

Beautiful!!!!!!!!! Bleeding hearts are among my very favorites!!!

Kathy Kathy Kathy said...

I see Madison is in bloom, at least your side of town. My three tulips are being quite shy, on the verge of opening for over a week. The small trees with the large grayish pink blossoms are in bloom and so are the forsythia. I do have creeping phlox in bloom on the hill.