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Monday, April 1, 2013

First Tulips Of 2013

 First tulips to bloom this year:  Tulipa x 'Princeps'





14 comments:

  1. Very pretty. Like the color combination of them. My Heather is all looking good. Need to get out and get photos too.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  2. These are delightful tulips and your photos are great!

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  3. Those are really pretty. I'm sure you were happy to see them.

    Happy Spring and Happy Gardening ~ FlowerLady

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  4. I'm envious. We're at least two weeks away from any tulips in bloom.

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  5. They say spring to me!! So pretty!

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  6. Gorgeous, I have been out of the loop for some time...but its like im looking through a really good magazine I've been waiting for. HAPPY SPRINGTIME DAYS ARE HERE

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  7. As George said, our tulips are not near ready to bloom... Can't wait 'til they do. Yours are gorgeous.
    Hugs
    Betsy

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  8. Very nice indeed! And no snow eh?

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  9. So pretty!! Mine are not blooming yet, but I did by a pretty pot of pink ones for my table for Easter! They were perfect!!

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  10. WOW! No tulips here yet. .lots of different daffodil varieties and some crocus. .I'm getting pumped up about spring!!

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  11. Beautiful...it must make you happy to see things blooming!

    XO,
    Jane

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  12. How exciting to have your first Tulips open. I planted some bulbs early this year and have several buds. I hope I have some Tulip blooms soon. They are so pretty!!

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  13. Lovely color to get the mind excited about spring:)

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  14. Love the tulips just never planted any. Helped my daughter Charlotte plant 600 one year,my that was a job.

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