Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Wordless Wednesday ~ Spring Photo Safari

Star Magnolia
Star Magnolia FTBG

Saucer Magnolia
Saucer Magnolia purple FTBG

Unsure what this is...Lily of the Valley?
Lily of the Valley FTBG

Redbud trunk
Redbud blooms FTWBG

Daffodils
Closer pale yellow daffs FTBG

A heavenly smell...winter daphne
Winter Daphne FTBG

Squirrel on a bench
squirrel on bench FTBG

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Kat said...

I had no idea that those were saucer magnolias. We always called them tulip trees!

Audrey said...

Those are beautiful pics

MM said...

Too much snow on the ground yet for our flowers to think about peeking out!

I love the scent of lily of the valley and magnolias (had them in my wedding bouquet MANY years ago!)

Happy WW!

Lisa said...

Lovely flowers and a very cute little squirrel. Whenever I see flurries in the air I'll just pop over to your blog and pretend it's spring!

Paige said...

What beautiful flowers!

SusanC said...

Beautiful photos! I photograph like I draw. Badly. :)

pottermom said...

Yes, that is Lily of the Valley. Nice flowers, nice pictures, I really REALLY need to get outside tomorrow.

Annie in Austin said...

Hi DebMcC,

Your photo of the Star Magnolia is lovely!
As to the mystery plant, I think that these are Snowflakes - the genus is Leucojum. They resemble Lily of the Valley but grow from bulbs rather than pips, and don't have the characteristic scent of Lily of the Valley.
Snowflakes grow in large clumps at the Zilker Botanical Garden here in Austin - I've always loved their delicately scalloped green edges.

Annie at the Transplantable Rose