Tuesday, February 28, 2012

what's blooming...

today is one of those cloudy days, I love them!!!
thought I would go outside and see what's blooming....


nectarine blossoms...


and rosemary...


so pretty together....


in a great galvanized pot, so farmhouse!


I am joining..
Someday Crafts, Whatever goes Wednesday's
Savvy Southern Style's, Wow Us Wednesday's

10 comments:

  1. Simply gorgeous! We've had a very, very mild winter, but nothing blooming yet. Although the daffodils are popping though the ground. Can't wait until I can pick flowers too!

    ~Holly

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  2. You are so lucky to have something blooming this time of year. Your flowers are gorgeous displayed in the watering can.

    Danielle

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  3. Absolutely beautiful bloomers ya got there girl.

    We're aways from havin' any 'round here...it'll frost 'till mid May in this frost holler.

    Thanks for sharin' the beauty sweetie!!!

    God bless ya and have a magnificent day!!! :o)

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  4. Stefanie what beautiful blooms I love how you display them. I miss having a section in my yard to pick from. Have a wonderful week

    xoxo
    Kate

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  5. Absolutely lovely, lucky you!!

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  6. How pretty, we had severe thunderstorms and a tornado warning close by - first time in the history of weather tracking that we've had a tornado warning in Kansas in February. Those are not the kind of records I like to break! Thanks for sharing your pretties! Sandi

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  7. I'll box up all my cloudy days and ship them to you! Pretty blooms!

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  8. Ooooooo, how beautiful!!

    I may have to buy some flowers toinght from the grocery floral section! You have inspired me :)

    Love,
    LuLu~*xoxo

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  9. We must have been on the same wavelength today. I posted blooms today too - unfortunately they were from last year and certainly not today...I'm a new follower.

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  10. Oh your blooms are beautiful! Spring can not be too far away! we still have many snow days ahead of here in Colorado!

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