Saturday, January 3, 2009

Think Pink

Taiwan Cherries are blooming! They are one of the earliest ornamental fruit trees.

Dogwood berries are still bright red, not yet eaten by birds. Robins usually arrive mid-February.

Closer and closer views of the cherries:

This Decidious magnolia is visible in the distance in the first photo above.

'Leonard Messel' magnolia blossom

More pinks: Pansies in burgundy and magenta shades; Camellias in pink: double and formal

Loropetalums are blooming, too. Right now it's a pink garden, except for newly planted yellow violas, soon to be joined by daffodils.


  1. The cherry blooms looks awesome, like bunch of candies.

  2. I clicked on some of the pics to see them larger. I like that little wooden structure in the first one. I like the pink flowers, and your cat, too.

    Happy New Year!

  3. Oh, and I like the yellow violas in your header.


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