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Monday, April 30, 2012

Woodland Flowers

I really can not resist taking pictures of flowers. New in the garden this past week were the bleeding hearts and foam flowers. You will notice a reoccurring theme with my flowers pink, pink and more pink.




I love the pale pink color of these foam flowers.







I can't wait to see what pops up in the garden next week. How about your garden, what is your favorite flower to have arrived so far?


29 comments:

Olive Cooper said...

your heart flowers are splendid...I guess the drift roses in pale salmon are especially pretty right now...the day lilies are profuse too and make me smile...I have probably two thousand flower images on my computer...could start another blog...but won't...hugs,olive

Pondside said...

The early spring flowers are so beautiful. Bleeding Heart has always been a favourite of mine, but I fear that it is too dry here to grow it.

Ann said...

Beautiful flowers. Exceptional photography, Laura. I know bleeding hearts are a shade plant. Are the foam flowers? Most of my flower beds are in part shade to full shade. i'm always looking for something new to fill in with.

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

Oh, I just love bleeding hearts! I planted the lime green variety a couple of years ago. They are a little smaller and bloom earlier, but the lime green really pops in the shade. Pretty photos.

Ewa Kelly said...

I love heart flowers, you took beautiful photos of them!

Lee Ann L. said...

My mother is from Maine and has always loved the bleeding hearts. I've tried growing them down here (in south TX); but, have had no succeed because it not the right climate for them. Thank you for sharing these pictures because they remind me of my mother. :-)

Karin M. said...

Great photo work, so lovely flowers ..
Best regards, Karin

Kris said...

Looks like a beautiful spring "Up North!" Oh how your garden grows!

Cynthia Eloise said...

beautiful. my bleeding hearts have finally bloomed.

sparklegem said...

Your flower photos are really beautiful! The bleeding hearts are gorgeous.

Susan said...

Wow...such gorgeous flowers!!

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Your flower images are marvelous!!!

Red Rose Alley said...

The pink flowers look like little hearts. I never noticed them before. What lovely pictures Laura.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

podso said...

Your photos show your joy in flowers!

Angie Ouellette-Tower said...

Beautiful flowers and beautiful photos! Thanks for visiting my blog:
godsgrowinggarden.blogspot.com
Angie

SwedishCorner-DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Just beautiful!
Greetings from Australia♥
~Pernilla

Muhammad khabbab said...

I love your pictures of bleeding hearts. So sad that we cannot grow them here in our subtropical climate. Was wondering which flower is the second one.

Julie Marie said...

Hello there... what beautiful flowers... I too love Bleeding Hearts, infact I came over here from Ivy and Elephants, and I posted mine today as well... your photos are just stunning!... xoxo Julie Marie

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Wow! Your pictures are beautiful. You're lucky to have so much pink in bloom. I've been falling behind in my yard this spring and there's not too much in bloom right now. Thanks for sharing and for the inspiration:-)

Jeanne @ Collage of Life said...

Wonderful photography Anita...the lighting is sublime...
Jeanne xx

Julie Marie said...

Hi again Laura... thanks for visiting my blog... signed up as your newest follower and I am looking forward to browsing through your older posts... xoxo Julie Marie

Pieces of Sunshine said...

The little white flowers are beautiful and delicate. The pink ones are gorgeous too.

A Few Pennies said...

Beautiful pics; I want some bleeding hearts and wonder if a bit of sunlight near my big shade tree would work. So pretty and delicate.

Zinnia said...

Bleeding Hearts are so grateful. Easily grown yet so elegant. The pink and white flower is very pretty, the tip of the hat is called? I wish you a wonderful weekend! Zinnia

Little Susie Home Maker said...

Stunning photography! I adore your pink and whites. I like to look for blues in my garden as well as pink and whites!
Blessings,
Susie

Michelle said...

How elegant! You really captured these flowers well. Even though my favorite flowers are roses, I love your bleeding hearts!

Jann Olson said...

Beautiful Laura! Both flowers and photograpy. I have never heard of the Foam flower. It is so pretty. I wonder if it will grow in my zone 5-6. I must research that. I am loving my bleeding heart also. My new dwarf lilacs are about to bloom, can't wait! Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup!
Hugs,
Jann

Katherines Corner said...

Absolutely gorgeous. Hugs and thank you for joining in the hop fun. xo

very merry vintage style said...

They are gorgeous! I love pink in the garden too. Thanks for linking up to Share the Love Wednesday!
Mary

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