Springtime Botanical Beauties

I spend quite a bit of time photographing flowers in local gardens during the spring, as many of my blog followers have already noticed. Here are some lovely flowers that have recently raised their faces to the sun.

015Chandelier Primulas

025Chandelier Primulas and Blue Irises

208Red Chandelier Primulas

198Peony Blossom

194Peony mixed with ferns

179Dove Tree, also called the Hankerchief Tree

213Magnolia Tree Flower Bud

220Solomon’s Seal Plant

231Snowdrop Tree Blossoms





170Flowering Dogwood Tree

091Snowball Bush

054Chinese Empress Tree Blossoms

058Calla Lily

036Calla Lily

All photos property of Peggy A Thompson

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A long time resident of Washington State, located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest USA. I enjoy regional travel, exploring all the wondrous, natural settings that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. If you get a chance, visit my Northwestphotos Zazzle store, http://www.zazzle.com/northwestphotos.
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9 Responses to Springtime Botanical Beauties

  1. Gunta says:

    Beautiful! Isn’t springtime just luscious?

    • I don’t want it to stop!

      • Gunta says:

        Neither do I. Summer is my very least favorite season.

        • Considering where you live, I understand why you don’t like summer as much as the other months. Here, in the Puget Sound area, I live for the summer! Love the sunshine and warmth…but not too warm!

        • Gunta says:

          We don’t get all that much heat here, except perhaps a couple of weeks in August, but it’s the swarm of tourists everywhere that makes the season between Memorial and Labor Days such a pain. The beach closest to me seems to be getting more and more crowded each summer. Then again, summers on the beach are the coolest time with the foggy marine layer pouring in most days.

  2. You capture the spring growth beautifully!

  3. Gorgeous photos, love them all…Spring is such a wonderful time of year.

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