Springtime in the Ozarks

Serviceberry trees are the first to bloom in the Ozarks http://theblondegardener.com/2015/04/05/springtime-in-the-ozarks/
I love that we have four distinct seasons in the Ozark Mountains.
'Mt. Hood' daffodil is a long blooming daffodil.  http://theblondegardener.com/2015/04/05/springtime-in-the-ozarks/
If I had to pick my favorite, though
It wouldn't be spring without a tulip.  http://theblondegardener.com/2015/04/05/springtime-in-the-ozarks/
it would be spring.
Blossoms on a pear tree bring in the bees.  http://theblondegardener.com/2015/04/05/springtime-in-the-ozarks/
The pear trees and
Peach blossoms in spring.  http://theblondegardener.com/2015/04/05/springtime-in-the-ozarks/
and the peach trees are full of blooms.
 
Golden alexander or Zizia aptera is an early  blooming spring flower.  http://theblondegardener.com/2015/04/05/springtime-in-the-ozarks/
Golden alexander or Zizia (isn’t that a fun name?)
'Butter and eggs' daffodil is an old, long blooming,  heirloom daffodil.  http://theblondegardener.com/2015/04/05/springtime-in-the-ozarks/
and the ‘Butter and Egg’ daffodils are making a show.
Creeping phlox is an old-fashioned spring flower.  http://theblondegardener.com/2015/04/05/springtime-in-the-ozarks/
Creeping phlox never fails to disappoint
Goose eggs have appeared on the pond bank.  http://theblondegardener.com/2015/04/05/springtime-in-the-ozarks/
and this year we have a pair of geese that have decided to start a family on the bank of the pond.
Springtime bees are busy gathering pollen.  http://theblondegardener.com/2015/04/05/springtime-in-the-ozarks/
It’s shaping up to be a busy spring.
Happy Easter and Happy Spring!
Brenda
 

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  1. Looking very beautiful and colorful around your place sweet Brenda. Very nice pictures and thanks for sharing your beautiful plants. Hugs and Happy Easter

  2. How bout the Dog wood flower? Aunt Mil would love to have a Dogwood flower(?) I guess I have never seen one:-) could you take a picture of one??

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