Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Bloomin' Tuesday!

Spring has officially sprung here at Maple Hill.
Enjoy some of our blooms and greenery
and have a fantastic Tuesday!



lantana


native salvia


sunflower


natives and Florida-friendly


Amaryllis bud


sweet potato vine


pineapple


avocado


zinnias are popping up everywhere!


lemon tree




lillies will be blooming soon



cosmos



tree given away at the Spring Obsession



Just soakin' up the sun...


13 comments:

  1. Everything is so pretty, thank you for sharing!

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  2. hello
    beautiful pics......i like it.
    nice blog.
    greetings from germany,
    regina

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  3. Love how much everything is growing! My lantana is weeks behind yours! I can't wait until it starts blooming.

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  4. Your pineapple looks so good! I cant wait to see how it turns out.

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  5. Love all your wonderful spring blooms!

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  6. What an amazing garden you have--it must be fun to garden in Florida! Such a wide range of different plants you can grow--very nice!

    Athena at Minerva's Garden
    http://minervasgarden.com

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  7. Your garden is amazing.Your photos just make me want to see more!

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  8. So many vibrant shades of green in your garden. I like lantana and grow it in pots in the summer as it's not hardy here.

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  9. Clint Baker-Thanks for stopping by!

    regina-Welcome! Thanks for your kind words.

    The Bama Gardener-It should be soon!

    Jane-Me too! ;0)

    Susan-Thanks! I'll be hopping over to your place soon.

    Athena-Love your name! It is a blessing to be able to grow so many different things.

    Jean-We'll see ya next week on Bloomin' Tuesday!

    Lavender Cottage-I'm glad you can have your lantana. They are so easy.

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  10. Hi Daisy, I love the little lantana. We have it as an annual in our gardens. It is so colorful and cheerful. Your avocado reminds me of my aunt in California. When we would visit, I would climb the avocado tree in her yard and pick them! My other aunt had a lemon tree and a pomegranate. Precious memories of folks no longer with us.
    Happy Easter!
    Beth

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  11. Hey Beth! Ahhh, such sweet memories. I always enjoy stopping by your beautiful garden. Enjoy your holiday!

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  12. Bonnie-Thanks for stopping by!

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