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Bloom Day for April 15, 2010 – Tax Day!

15 Apr Bloom Day for April 15, 2010 – Tax Day!

It’s Tax Day, and for most, a day of dread. What better way to brighten up one’s spirits, then with a Bloom Day post. It’s been a few months since we have been able to participate, but the snows have long since melted, the temperatures are climbing, and some welcome faces are starting to show themselves once again. Come and see what blooming at our house, and I hope it brightens your Tax Day!

Now please stop over at May Dreams Gardens To see what’s blooming there and in the many other Bloom Day bloggers gardens!

Have a great Tax Day!

Scott

www.blueheronlandscapes.com

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14 Comments
  • joene
    Posted at 06:58h, 15 April Reply

    Isn’t Spring grand?

    • Scott
      Posted at 12:45h, 15 April Reply

      Yes, I love watching everything wake up. Seems as though it’s getting shorter every year though.

  • Katie Elzer-Peters
    Posted at 09:34h, 15 April Reply

    Bloom day is the ONLY thing that saves tax day for me 🙂

    • Scott
      Posted at 12:47h, 15 April Reply

      What a great save it is! Here’s hoping next year you won’t need to be saved, and you can just enjoy the blooms and the day!

  • Debbie
    Posted at 16:31h, 15 April Reply

    Hi Scott,

    Happy Bloom Day!I love the cheerful faces of your daffodils. I planted a few hundred mixed bulbs last fall and have been enjoying walking around my garden and discovering what’s blooming. I’m having os much fun I’m going to have to remember to plant more this fall.

    • Scott
      Posted at 07:19h, 17 April Reply

      Hi Debbie. Every spring I say the same thing, I want more bulbs! Unfortunately I never get around to planting them. Let’s make a pact to remind each other this year! 🙂

  • cityslipper (small kitchen garden)
    Posted at 19:58h, 15 April Reply

    Wow! You seem to be at least as far along as we are in central Pennsylvania. You must get some ocean effect warming. Spring is awesome… though I’m afraid it’s going to be kind of short this year.

    • Scott
      Posted at 07:22h, 17 April Reply

      Not sure if we are close enough to enjoy the ocean effect Dan, but could be. Spring does seem to get shorter each year, so I am trying to enjoy each minute of it. You must have a lot coming on in the veggie garden about now. Hope you you have a wonderful harvest this year!

      Scott

  • Heather's Garden
    Posted at 22:35h, 17 April Reply

    I’m jealous that you still have daffodils and already have an rhododendron blooming. My daffs are gone and the only one rhododendron of the three in my garden that has buds hasn’t quite bloomed yet.

    • Scott
      Posted at 09:08h, 18 April Reply

      You must be a little warmer than us, or have an earlier variety of daffs, Heather. That Rhodie is ‘PJM’, it is an early bloomer. Very reliable. Enjoy the rest of spring!

  • Karyl
    Posted at 05:42h, 19 April Reply

    I love how the ground seems to come awake first in the spring with the daffodils and small flowering bulbs.

    • Scott
      Posted at 08:15h, 20 April Reply

      I agree Karyl, it is nice to see our early flowering friends again after each long winter! 🙂

  • Raised garden beds
    Posted at 06:27h, 13 May Reply

    Those are beautiful blooms. I just can’t keep my eyes off those magnificent flowers.

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