Think Pink

Taiwan Cherries are blooming! They are one of the earliest ornamental fruit trees.

Dogwood berries are still bright red, not yet eaten by birds. Robins usually arrive mid-February.

Closer and closer views of the cherries:

This Decidious magnolia is visible in the distance in the first photo above.

‘Leonard Messel’ magnolia blossom

More pinks: Pansies in burgundy and magenta shades; Camellias in pink: double and formal

Loropetalums are blooming, too. Right now it’s a pink garden, except for newly planted yellow violas, soon to be joined by daffodils.

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  1. Sue

     /  January 4, 2009

    Oh, and I like the yellow violas in your header.

  2. Sue

     /  January 4, 2009

    I clicked on some of the pics to see them larger. I like that little wooden structure in the first one. I like the pink flowers, and your cat, too.Happy New Year!

  3. Chandramouli S

     /  January 4, 2009

    The cherry blooms looks awesome, like bunch of candies.

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