Landscape Photo #6035: Dogwood and Spring

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Name: Peggy C
Graham NC USA (Zone 7b)
hand drumming with friends
Region: North Carolina Butterflies Irises Garden Photography Cat Lover Zinnias
Native Plants and Wildflowers Garden Ideas: Level 1
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PeggyC
Apr 8, 2017 8:44 AM CST
White Dogwood .. Yellow Gold DIgger Tall Bearded Iris - Spanish Bells of blue, pink and white...

What is missing - on far left out of the frame-
Deer visited and ate some low hanging Dogwood and trampled Iris leaves ..
Of course, not eating any blooms .. oh, how I do love Iris!
Thumb of 2017-04-08/PeggyC/baead3

Live like every day as it is your last because one day -- it will be.
(if I can find who said this, I'll credit that dear Soul -- wasn't me, but it makes a lot of sense)

This isn't a dress-rehearsal ~
Name: Scott
Tampa FL (Westchase)
Tropicals Region: Florida Enjoys or suffers hot summers Bromeliad Plumerias Dog Lover
Foliage Fan Orchids Cactus and Succulents
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ScotTi
Apr 8, 2017 6:41 PM CST
The Dogwood flowering was the highlight of Spring for me when I lived in VA. I do miss seeing the sights of them in flower.
Name: Peggy C
Graham NC USA (Zone 7b)
hand drumming with friends
Region: North Carolina Butterflies Irises Garden Photography Cat Lover Zinnias
Native Plants and Wildflowers Garden Ideas: Level 1
Image
PeggyC
Apr 27, 2017 12:21 PM CST
ScotTi said: The Dogwood flowering was the highlight of Spring for me when I lived in VA. I do miss seeing the sights of them in flower.


Thank you ScotTi .... understand about FL .... lived there for over 20+ years and always missed Dogwoods in bloom.

Need to go see what FL plants you have ~

Peggy

Live like every day as it is your last because one day -- it will be.
(if I can find who said this, I'll credit that dear Soul -- wasn't me, but it makes a lot of sense)

This isn't a dress-rehearsal ~

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