spring colors: The Colors Said Welcome Home - 04/23/17 05:10 PM
The flowers are starting to really burst forth to announce the warmer weather. Our yard is no exception and as I came in after doing what agents do all day, it was a joy to see the welcome signs out for me.
The daffodils were put in the lower garden with the flox starting to show signs of getting their buds going soon.
 
 
It is pretty, but unfortunatley it doesn't last very long.
The Colors Said Welcome Home
 
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spring colors: The Colors Are Starting to Show in Prospect CT - 04/09/17 10:34 AM
As I walked around the yard early this morning picking up light branches and trash that had dropped over the winter, I also took a few minutes to take photos of the spring colors starting to emerge.
The crocus are out and I had a variety of colors.

The most plentiful being the yellow but across the yard I had the purple and white as well.
The daffodil sprouts are all over the place and I even saw the hyacinths and tulips sprouts making themselves known.

While they may not be much to see now, I am so anxious for spring that I''ll accept this … (12 comments)

spring colors: Things One Can See On a Golf Course - 03/04/17 02:43 PM
The golf season will soon be here for me in New England.  Not wanting to wait any longer I have ventured south for a break and to steal a bit of warmer weather.  While hitting a few balls, I took the opportunity to also appreciate the beauty around me as well. 
I fin that as my game matures I am getting more opportunities to see areas I may have missed in my younger days.
The stand of azaleas nearing full spring colors at the turn in a cart path.
An errant shot near this hole and one will just concede the ball and walk … (22 comments)

spring colors: It's Bland But That's a Good Thing - 02/26/17 02:05 PM
We are approaching the end of February and historically March is know to come in fierce, like a lion.  Just a few short days ago we still had maybe 6 inches of snow on the ground, but with some unseasonably warm days and a fierce rain storm, we can see the barren ground again.
i am anxiously awaiting the spring and the opportunity to get outside and not be all bundled up.   We have not had a very bad winter, but my patience for the snow gets shorter every year.
I think I would welcome that first mow of the season, for now.
It's Bland But That's a Good Thing
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spring colors: Maybe Not the Azaleas of Agusta, But Still Pretty - 05/17/15 07:46 AM
The Azaleas Share their Colors in Prospect CT
 
After such a brutal winter, the colors of spring are so welcome.  Our daffodils have just about gone away as have the tulips and the hyacinths.
It's time for the azaleas and the rhododendrons to share their colors and they are just about exploded with their colors.
 
The winter did take it's toll on the rhododendrons as a couple of them lost a lot of their leaves and are very slow in coming around
The flox in the rock garden is into it's prime and we will have the rest of the area planted with begonias this week for the rest of … (23 comments)

spring colors: We've Turned that Corner, The signs are There - 04/19/15 05:30 AM
It has to be Spring, all the signs are there.  The yards are active with owners working on them to get the winter debris cleared away.  The parks are jammed with youngsters getting ready for their spring sports and their parents just watching and appreciating the warm weather.
The golf courses are opened and the winter rust is being chipped away, one swing a a time.
The colors are returning as well.  We have several areas of the yard where the daffodils sprout early spring.  Almost all of the chutes are up, but this early bunch, just wanted to race out to be appreciated first.  It … (16 comments)

 
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