Julia Phillips Smith
Spring flowering trees
Julia, these are just gorgeous... particularly like the Japanese Cherry
So beautiful, it made me sneeze, that's how realistic they were to me. LOL!Happy TT, mine will be up shortly.
Amy cracks me up...Those are gorgeous pictures. We have the rhododendron in the first picture, only ours is -- ready? -- PINK. I kid you not. It's blooming right now, and it is FAB.Happy TT, darling!
Awesome Julia! I just bought some Lilacs to put in my yard. I think I've killed them by putting them out too early though. :(Oh well, back to Costco to buy more!
my black thumb is so severe that plants and trees curl up and die when i walk by so all i can do is sigh and appreciate pretty pictures. Thanks for these. Loverly.
Beautiful pictures, Julia. I planted two lilac bushes and two hydrangeas last year. So far, only one lilac bush has leaves on it. Hope that doesn't mean I've killed the other three!
Beautiful pixs! Makes me want to take a good long stroll through a garden.
Oh beautiful, beautiful list!!I've had several of those trees and love them all. :)
What a nice reminder of Sping! I can't grow a flower to save my life. Pictures and botanical gardens are as close as I get;-)
I love the pink ones!
Oh, wow -- I love Spring flowers, too, and your beautiful pictures were a real treat!Happy TT, and thanks for visiting my blog!
Welcome to Samantha, Ann(ie) and Thomma Lynn! It was fun checking out your blogs. Thanks for stopping by.
Very nice! Made me smile.
Ooh, I'd love to have a lilac and cherry tree and lots of heather! What beautiful pictures you have!!! :-D
Wow, beautiful pictures! I just installed a flowering crab tree background on my desktop yesterday!Thanks for visiting my detective TT!
Beautiful photographs! Thanks for dropping by my blog and commenting. I'll call back if I may? :)
Welcome to Swordgirl, Tink and Akelamalu! Please do feel free to stop in anytime.
Wonderful pictures :-)
Oh - I LOVE laburnum. It's my all time favourite, and I see it flowering everywhere just now.p.s. I'm glad to find my sense of humour isn't so strange after all!
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