Monday, March 24, 2014

Spring Flowers

Took a sunset walk at the beach yesterday.  The ocean was very calm.
I am painting lilacs today.
The first rose from my garden.   Bluebird Canyon has its own climate and seems to lag a little behind
the rest of Laguna when it comes to flowers blooming.
The Mallow flower is feeling festive!
The Clematis vine has some really fun flowers.
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  1. Hi Rachel,
    I always LoVe popping in to see what you are sharing here @ your Mermaid House!
    I'm so glad you posted about your Mallow flower feeling festive, mine is full of blooms also and I couldn't remember what it was called when a friend asked about it the other day.
    The previous post showcasing all your cool collections and fun areas in your enchanting garden is WoNderFul!

  2. That's one gorgeous rose! Visiting from Little Things Thursday.

  3. all so beautiful!!!! Thank you for sharing your lovely blog at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop xo

  4. Such beautiful flowers. Some are so unique!

  5. All of the pictures are beautiful, but my favorite is the rose in the little blue bottle! Gorgeous.

  6. Oh wow! How gorgeous. I came to visit via Anything Blue Friday and thoroughly enjoyed the time - such gorgeous flowers. I used to have several of these in the landscaping design around my homes and always loved them. Thanks for a delightful visit and fun family memories.

    1. Thank you, Kaye! I don't think you can ever have too many flowers!

  7. I love all of your pretty pictures and Spring time photos. It's nice that Spring has Sprung over there. It's Autumn here but it's still so hot!

    If you have a minute to spare I'd be thrilled if you could link up your post to my weekly Say G'Day Saturday party. It has just started and this would be a great addition.

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz

  8. Thank you for the invitation, Natasha! I will stop by!

  9. I love this app! I had to go and download it as soon as I saw your pictures. Blessings, Debbie