Country Trees in Bloom

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Country Trees in Bloom

 blooming trees

I’m so happy that spring is truly here. When the dogwoods and red bud trees blossom, I feel yet again, that I’m living in a little bit of heaven on earth.

spring blossoms on the trees
The white blossoms seem so bright in contrast to the dark woods behind them.

Midnight enjoys the morning MIdnight

I decided to take a few photos of this short moment as the blossoms will give way to leaves before you know it. Midnight, Rebekah’s cat loves the early morning coolness too.. I thought I’d get a couple of pictures of her too while I was at it.  

She’s probably out bird watching. The birds flock to our pond every spring and she has, sadly, eaten more than a few.

pear blossom

Christian took photos of the pear tree in bloom.

Camilla bushes

The camelia bush is in full bloom..and fading, I’m afraid. Her ‘act’ is over.

bushes in bloom

But these bushes have just bloomed in all their stunning beauty only this week!  I’m amazed at how carefully planned the flowering plants have been arranged in our yard. I didn’t plant these bushes.
They were here when we bought the property. 

bushes tall

How someone must miss their flowering bushes and trees! We will have new plants blooming, one after, the other in a glorious procession.

Bushes up close

After these white bushes..will come the azaleas..then the crepe by one..and finally the wildflowers will fill the pasture.

It’s a lovely ‘show’ every year!  How about you? What's blooming in your backyard? I'd love to see it, so feel free to post a picture via a thumbnail linky here. :o)

If you would like to see gorgeous gardens and flowers from all over the US, just visit Tracie at Fishtail Cottage.

She has a lovely garden party going on every Thursday called Cottage Flora Thursdays.
I"m also lining with Cindy's My Romantic Home~Friday Show and Tell



Shona Cole said...

Beautiful photos Donna. those ones with the pink are spectacular. I love the risk you took with that second one, very nice. and the cat, excellent work, you are really honing your skills. it is a pleasure to watch.

Shona Cole said...

Sorry, Donna, that last comment was me, i was signed in with Gmail, sigh. I forget to switch when commenting.

GlorV1 said...

Hi Donna. Great photos. Those flowering bushes are just awesome. I have to get in my backyard and see what is blooming out there too. Enjoy the beauty of your yard, I know I will. Take care.

Amy said...

I can smell all the blooming beauties just looking at these pics:) I'll be happy when things break out in my neck of the woods as well. Any day now. . .

Jill said...

So very beautiful!! Thanks for sharing!


Kerrie said...

Donna, that is so beautiful!! What kind of tree is the one with the beautiful lavendar flowers? There are some in our neighborhood, too, so lovely! Hugs

Debby said...

Beautiful pictures esp. the first two.

Trudy said...

Beautiful trees and beautiful photography.

Maria Killam said...

Donna, your photography really is brilliant, your creativity has no bounds! It certainly is spring where you live. . . we're still in mostly wintery coats here!!

Fishtail Cottage said...

Awe - you are making me excited to see something happening on our local trees here in Washington - most are still just sticks!!! Your trees are so beautiful that you shared with us - my favorites are seeing pink flowers from a distance on trees! xoxo

Fishtail Cottage said...

ps - thanks for linking up to Cottage Flora Thursday's and sharing the Garden Party with your friends! xoxo

Unknown said...

AHHH - my comment did not save... Your white bush may be a bridal bush. For us, bluebonnets are spring, DeWitt Co is full of them right now and we have a nice clump on the front lawn.

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