Springtime in Our Yard

Tuesday, April 19

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Springtime (6)May Apples in the woods behind our yard.

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Springtime (8)Some wild violets in among the may apples.

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Springtime (9)Tulips on the trash heap in the thick woods area.

Springtime (10)A neighbor was working in his field.

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Springtime (15)Our dogwood trees are pretty this year.

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Springtime (23)We have enjoyed our tulips.

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Springtime (26)I brought a few inside.

Springtime (27)Then added a branch of dogwood flowers.

I love living in an area where the seasons change.

6 thoughts on “Springtime in Our Yard

  1. Not only the seasons change, but you have some beautiful plants that we never see out here. Dogwood is rare except in the mountains, above 5,000 feet. And may apples are completely new to me — do they bear edible fruit? The neighbor’s field is so very green — we see that color only for a very short time each year!

    • The Dogwoods are beautiful this year. I’ve read that may apples are edible and that the Indians used roots and leaves for medicinal purposes, but I have never tried them. I will have to do some research on it. We are surrounded by green right now.

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