Sunday, May 07, 2006

I've never had a tulip with a fringed edge like this before. Isn't it pretty? I love this deep pink!

Red Emporer tulips, with grape hyacinths

Beautiful hyacinths! You can see in the background how green the hills are now.

A close-up of the pink hyacinths. I love everything about these flowers..the shape, the colors, the scent...heavenly! I wish they lasted longer.

These yellow tulips look lovely with the pinks and purples. There are still some daffodils blooming.

A closer shot of the yellow. I love that shade of purple behind it. Posted by Picasa


Alice said...[Reply]

I'm glad your computer has decided not to 'duck' its duties for the time being, otherwise I wouldn't have seen these beautiful photos of tulips, daffodils and hycinths. They really are glorious. So fresh and vibrant.

We planted tulips to celebrate Shay's birth, and they flower beautifully each year.

FRIDAY'S CHILD said...[Reply]

Very beautiful! Tulips are really beautiful. I like them when they are not really opened yet. Slightly opened. Hyacinths were lovely too.

jellyhead said...[Reply]

I'm glad your computer 'played ball' long enough to let you write this post, and show us all your divine flowers!!
I especially loooove tulips, and yours are stunning!

roybe said...[Reply]

A beautiful spring garden kerri.

Connie and Rob said...[Reply]

Oh Kerri you just have a beautiful collection of flowers. Your tulips have such vivid colors. It must be a thrill to walk outside right now.

Take care,

Wendy A said...[Reply]

Boo Hoo Hoo. We are getting cold down under. Today there was snow on the mountain near Hobart.

The photos are beautiful but I really like that red barn.

Sigrun said...[Reply]

Your photos are beautiful! Have you enough rain? In Germany in my part it is so dry, that I must water my geraniums, because they need it wet.


Sonia said...[Reply]

So beautiful your photos, Kerri!
I love so much tulips.

Karen said...[Reply]

I like your pink fringed tulip. I planted some 'Blue Heron' (a lilac-coloured fringed tulip) because my husband liked it and now I'm glad I did. You have so many blooms! And the bulbs are so effortless once they naturalize.

Dianne said...[Reply]

I love your tulips! I wish they lasted longer. Thanks for sharing all your beautiful photos.

deana said...[Reply]

Your flowers are exquisite. You guys must be a bit behind us because our tulips have passed and our irises and rhodedendron are blooming.
Happened on your site by accident but loved it....I love posting my birds and flowers as well.

micki said...[Reply]

A beautiful series of photos, this bottom yellow tulip is my favorite.