Thursday, May 1, 2014

Floral Friday

Tricia from www.underlockandkeyblog.com is hosting "Floral Friday" this week.  I decided to walk around my yard to see what plants had started to awaken from a very long winter's sleep here in Missouri.

Here are some sights that put a smile on my face.


Violets and Violas



Mint



Ranunculus






 

Pansies




Redbud Blooms




Crabapple Blossoms



"Elsa's Ivy"  




Violets



My Salad Garden







Won't you join us?

I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone else is seeing along their floral walks this month!  Linking to:  
                                             Floral Friday
                                             Fishtale Garden Party 
                                             Seasonal Sunday
                                             Feathered Nest Friday
                                             Amaze Me Monday
                                             Home Sweet Garden


21 comments:

trishie said...

Your flowers are magnificent! Your garden must look stunning. I'm so jealous you have ranunculus growing so well. I've never been able to successfully grow them. Thanks for taking part in floral friday. Wishing you a happy weekend!

Chantille Fleur said...

So many pretty flowers here!
Popping by from the blog hop xx

burntfeather said...

That was a fun peak through your garden - thanks for sharing :)

Samantha Heather said...

I love the colour combination of yellow and purple! So gorgeous :)

My Garden Diaries said...

I wish that my redbud looked like that!!! Sadly I am not sure if my baby tree pulled through the winter. Such beautiful beautiful blooms popping through in your garden friend! It made me smile!!! I hope you are well and your salad rocks!!! Nicole xoxo

OtherMix said...

You have a colourful garden! :]

Christine Graves said...

I miss Krogers! lol

Used to shop there faithfully for years when I lived in the south. Who'd have thought they'd (like Home Depot up here in Indiana) would have these gorgeous flowers! I always saw them in catalogs and heard they made terrific cut flowers. I'm loving what you have blooming! All that gorgeous color....

Leslie said...

The violas are so sweet! I am looking forward to planting in the garden this weekend. Seattle is finally warming up a little and hopefully some of the mud will dry up! Happy Friday. leslie

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

So much prettiness in your yard! How nice after a long winter! Visiting from the blog hop :)

Rowena @ rolala loves

Poppy said...

Smiles are contagious! Your flowers are perfect prettiness!

Visiting via Floral Friday,

Have a great weekend!

Poppy

Draffin Bears said...

Lovely to see all the gorgeous flowers growing in your garden.
My favourite flowers, pansies, and violets - thanks for showing us around.
Happy weekend
Carolyn

JP said...

Wow..are ranunculas perennials in you area? They are my fav, but only annuals here in NC. I've planted lettuce in tubs before and have always enjoyed the countrified look!
Enjoy your wonderful variety of flowers while they last!
Thanks for stopping by with your kind compliment on my herb garden in my kitchen. I tried to respond,but you are a no comment blogger :(
Enjoy your weekend!
JP

Beatrice Euphemie said...

So lovely - I love the ranunculus! Visiting from the blog hop. xo Karen

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Gorgeous flowers! Still waiting for mine to wake up in Upstate NY!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Beautiful garden my friend, such gorgeous flowers! I bet you're thrilled after that long cold Winter! Thanks for your sweet visit!
Enjoy the rest of the weekend.
FABBY

Peach Macarons said...

Everything really has come to life after winter. Just gorgeous. I love the Violets - such a little flower with such a beautiful scent. x Rigel @ http://www.peachmacarons.com

Midnight Cowgirl said...

What a beautiful garden!

MaysaAndSunshine said...

Colorful, your garden is full of colors. I especially love Ranunculus. I bought some bulbs and planted them two weeks ago. They haven't come out yet. Hope mine would be as pretty as yours.

Babs R said...

Love your violets and violas. Wild violets have invaded our side yard and they're beautiful.I know, some don't like them in their lawn, but I don't mind. Your Ranunculus are gorgeous. I should try them. Are they easy to grow?

Diane said...

So lovely - your garden must look absolutely gorgeous right now! Thanks for sharing all of the beautiful colors with us!!

Jane said...

wow! such lovely lovely finds!