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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Today's Flowers

A few flowers from our outing yesterday to White Rock, B.C.
There were lots of curb-side flower beds with spring flowers in each. Daffodils are all over right now, with tulips starting to make their appearance in flower beds.
A tulip for you. As well as the curb-side flower beds there were lots of container gardens up and down the street as well.
You can smell the sweet scent of Hyacinth's before you see them. Purple pansies as well.
I am not sure what this particular flower is, its petals were a bit waxy feeling and thicker giving them a feeling of substance. They almost looked like leaves rather than flowers.
For more pictures of Today's Flowers please visit http://flowersfromtoday.blogspot.com/

10 comments:

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

Lovely flower shots. That bottom one might be Hellebore or helleborus. They grow well in shade and bloom very, very early. Their lovely flowers always nod downwards.

Kathy said...

All lovely specimens. You live in a beautiful part of our planet so I'm sure you will have many flowers for the next several months. Thanks for sharing these.

April said...

What a beautiful place to visit. The spring flowers are lovely. Gorgeous photos!

SandyCarlson said...

Spring is all over you! Gorgeous stuff.

EG Wow said...

Wow! Your weather is far nicer than mine in Ontario!

Cher' Shots said...

Beautiful flowers ~ I'm still in the dreaming stage and waiting for spring

Carletta said...

Taking note of these beautiful blooms I'd say you must have had a lovely walk!
The tulip is so vivid and bright!
Beautifully captured images!

lazyclick said...

Fantastic variety of flowers.

Barbara said...

Beautiful spring captures. Your bottom capture is a helleborus. They come in all different varietities. I have a white one and a deep burgendy one in my garden.

Stephany said...

Great series of flower shots! They are all beautiful but I just love the tulip.