Friday, April 17, 2015

Spring has Sprung...and Catching the Tulip Eater

Spring has finally sprung!

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Cherry Tree in Foreground, Pear Tree in Background



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Cherry Blossoms



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Red Bud Tree



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Red Bud Tree



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Red Bud Tree



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Double Bloom Daffadils



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Double Bloom Daffodil



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Double Bloom Daffodil

My tulips are now opening. Every once in a while I find some loose leaves, like someone mowed them down. I hope my tulips survive spring.  

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Tulips



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Tulip



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Tulip



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Double Bloom Tullip and Phlox from Mount Vernon

Everything is turning green again!

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Peeking Through the Crabapple Tree



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Crabapple Blossoms



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Crab Apple Blossoms



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Crab Apples Blossoms

This evening as we left the house to go for a walk, I decided on the spur of the moment to take my camera. I was glad I had it with me. As soon as I walked out the door, I found the tulip eater!

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Bunny has been Eating my Tulips!



2 comments:

  1. Great pictures! I love the bunny (even though he ate your tulips!). :) We had a puppy once that ate my mom's tulips the first day we brought him home. Guess what we named him….Tulip!

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  2. It's so GREEN in your part of the country--it looks beautiful! I agree-the bunny is cute, but eating the tulips isn't! The squirrels and chipmunks have carried off ours--I would have to do some heavy duty security to get tulips to grow again. The daffodils are left alone, however, and are blooming beautifully this year.

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