Monday, April 4, 2016

It's T Stands for Tuesday and SPRING

Hello again my Tuesday Friends ♥ 
It's a GREAT week here :)  the sun is shining and it's warm and flowers are blooming. 
The back is doing great too! The injection finally starting working !!!!
We'll  start off with the Mini Daffodils that are blooming now :) 
I just love how tiny they are ♥

I'm hoping they will multiply like full sized ones  but if not I'll just plant more for next year.
 I still have several Daffodils blooming. The more exotic types tend to bloom later and longer. 

  The Hyacinths are going strong and smell so good.  

What few tulips I have and doing their best to look good. I'll be planting many more this fall. 

...and the pear trees are in bloom with the apples almost there too. 
 We'll have to start working on how to keep the squirrels out of them this year :( 
My baby lavender that I started from seed last year came back :) 
... and the dandelions are everywhere!
So that's what's happening in my world today. Tomorrow is looking like another outdoors day too and maybe I'll even get some dandelions harvested ♥ 
So hop on over to Elizabeth & Bleubeard's blog and see what everyone else is up too 
 T stands for Tuesday


  1. Lovely to see all those flowers. I love daffodils because of their bright colour and I like hyacinths because of their frangrance. Tulips of course are great because I am Dutch and come from Holland, so a tulip will always remind me of home....
    Have a good week,

  2. Ahhh beautiful spring parade of blooms you have there.
    Those Jack Be Little daffodils are the sweetest. All spring bulbs are such a delight.
    Wonderful to hear you are feeling much much better dear Carol! Enjoy ♥ Enjoy!
    Happy T Day oxo

  3. happy to hear you are feeling much better Carol. What a gorgeous photo collection of blooms! Happy T day!

  4. Love seeing your flowers. We got snow today-big frown on my face. probably my crocuses have frozen to death. Glad nothing more was in bloom. Happy T day!

  5. Your spring garden is beautiful. My daffs didn't bloom at all this year and the hyacinths are gone. They don't last long, like tulips do. My irises are starting to bloom and so are the dandelions. I MUST try to use some in eco-dyeing. Do you make tea with yours?

    Thanks for sharing your incredible flowers AND your coffee you shared with us for T this week.

  6. Wonderful spring flowers, thanks for sharing. Happy T Day, hugs, Valerie

  7. wonderful spring impressions... love the smaller daffodils also more than the large ones, but all of your flowers are great. our apple trees are not that far... and i must think of Cloth dyeing with dandelions this year!
    happy t-day!

  8. I'm glad the injections are working and that you are feeling better!
    Thanks for visiting,
    Happy T-Day,

  9. What a joy to see your flowers! Thanks! I do like that cup, and I'm sure it must be a favorite. :) Those colors are wonderful :)

  10. Just love seeing all your flowers And your cuppa. Reminds me i want to plant more daffodils they seem to do well around here. Hugs! deb

  11. Loved this post Carol. It was so good to see these beautiful flowers from your garden. Here sadly the weather has turned real cold again.
    Thanks for sharing these
    Happy T day

  12. Glad you're feeling better! Mini daffs and hyacinths - my favourite spring flowers!Happy T day! Chrisx

  13. Such beautiful flowers!! Things are still pretty brown around here.

  14. What an incredible garden you have! So gorgeous! I never knew daffodils could be so tiny, how adorable!