Thursday, April 25, 2019

It's Spring

These hyacinths in the woods near the Huron River were buzzing with bees. Someone must have planted the flowers:
they are not native to North America.
Easter Sunday: a family were picnicking by the river.
A wildflower in our back yard.
In the woods near Lafayette, Indiana: a dog tooth violet or trout lily.
Identified by Elaine. I don't know the names of wild flowers.
Violets were everywhere in Lafayette. Ours are just beginning to come up.
The woodland garden has splendid daffodils.

No idea of what flower this is, but it was interesting.
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Angie's Recipes said...

Happy Spring, Mae!

rhapsodyinbooks said...

Gorgeous! We are still a little behind you in Northern Illnois, but my allergies appreciate it even if my senses feel bereft!

Tina said...

Oh, those flowers are so beautiful! Spring is lovely in your part of the country.

Karen (Back Road Journal) said...

The first signs of spring are always so welcome.

Jeanie said...

What a beautiful walk. Aren't you glad spring seems to be here? Hope you didn't get snow -- we missed it.

Merryn said...

Such gorgeous blooms, you have to love Spring!