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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

springs beauty

it's here
springs beauty
in my garden

it's bursting forth in new grape leaves from dormant bare vines

it's in the apple buds and their delicate pink petals

it's in the lemon and blood orange flowers
it floats sweetly with their precious scent

it's in the peach blossoms

it's in the furry baby mulberries

yes springs beauty is in my garden
just ready to turn into springs and next winters delicious bounty

Welcome September
Welcome sweet Spring

13 comments:

Stephanie said...

Yay, yay, and yay!!
Happy spring to you!

Pip at Rest is not idleness said...

Oh yes it is evident Spring is here, everything is really starting to grow (including the weeds) You have such a lot of beautiful blossoms.

Inoureyes said...

Such a lovely Spring post. I wanted to do the same but everything is dry and decaying in my garden. Bing on the rain!

Kelly said...

Your garden is looking lovely. I am looking forward to spring too :)

Patricia said...

Great to see the first signs of spring to see!
Here I welcome autumn;)

Happy spring!

gardenmama said...

Such gorgeous first signs of spring in your gardens!! This means fall is in the air for me, I look forward to your summer posts during my cold of Winter : ) Enjoy these sweet days Leanne! I know how much excitement green new life and sunshiny warmth brings after waiting so long for it's arrival!

Madeline said...

Beautiful!! It's so fun to see spring bursting on your blog as I watch fall's coolness take over here.

Sabrina said...

Oh spring is such an exciting time! Look at all that beautiful green bursting forth. Enjoy!

tea with lucy said...

The best time of the year, I think!

Still no growth on my grapevines, but the fig tree is starting to shoot.

I love seeing the changes in the garden each day...

Jodi said...

Nice to meet you and thank you for the comments. I love your blog and look forward to reading it in the future xx

Farmama said...

hi,
I just stumbled upon your lovely blog.
It is soon to be fall where we live, so it's fascinating to see your signs of spring! I look forward to reading here,
Sara

Kelly said...

Beautiful! Enjoy the grace of spring!

T said...

Can we come over to sniff these?

Please?