Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Lucky you. I'm still waiting.
Gorgeous colour, lovely shots.
beautiful and NOT SNOW is a good thing
Particularly enjoyable after such a long, hard winter.
lovely; never seen this plant before either
So beautiful flower! So wonderful to see the first flower in your garden. I still wait :)
Oh thank you, the messenger.It is the Glory-of-the-snow this time.
Lovely blooms and image! Happy Sunday!
I love visiting your blog because I always see things I have never seen before. I really enjoy seeing your world.
We're still waiting, too!
I know you are glad to see these!
Spring has arrived. Beautiful color.
Well Praise be!!
And what a pretty first bloom- I love the color purple. Have a great Sunday!
gorgeous! i love the name, too!
Gorgeous little blossoms!
Beautiful colors! And joy in the garden !
Oh pretty. Blooms at last!!! I like the Red Winged Blackbirds but they do indeed invade the feeders.How are things going otherwise? MB
Man, that WAS a winter! Finally... Relief.
So, so beautiful! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)
Gorgeous! Love this pretty flower.
This is a new plant to me. It sure is a pretty one.
Lovely flowers. I have that plant but it didn't do well this year for some reason so a delight to see yours.
Ohhhhh! I love it.
a lovely name for that flower. :)
Oh that light is perfect ! These Glories are just glowing !
Oh, too gorgeous! Happy spring!
So lovely to see...
Lovely flower and well-named!
How pretty this is!
Very nice, indeed!
Those just feed my soul!Aloha
gorgeous! ( :
Such beautiful blooms.
Glad to see you are getting flowers. Nice photos.
Dearest EG CameraGirl;"Glory-of-the-snow" such beautiful blossoms♡♡♡Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
Light at the end of the 'tunnel'!
And what beautiful blooms they are!! Hope you have a great week.
I had to go look up the name, as I have always known this flower as scilla, but they are the same genus - maybe 50 species. Whatever it is called, it is beautiful!!! I started out with one package of bulbs, and now it is taking over, and migrating - how did one get into the back yard?
So worth waiting for EG, brilliant colour.
Yay! You probably appreciate them all the more because of their lateness.
Those blues put out such a glow!! Pretty shot.
What lovely, delicate flowers!
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