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Friday, April 10, 2015

PINK SATURDAY

Since spring has arrived, saw some of these pretty tulip trees in bloom. Beverly
at http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com/my_weblog has so many friends that share the best of pinks each week.  
Not sure but think these some type of dried vegetable.


 

15 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

love the tulip magnolias!

bj said...

pretty pink blooms...

Jeanne said...

Hello LV, Your tulip tree blooms are gorgeous. They are blooming here in the mountains too. The dogwood trees are about to pop. My sister has a pink one. I had a chuckle over what ever the pink things are. A lovely pale pink. I wonder if they are eatable.

Happy Pink Saturday.
Love,
Jeanne

Ann said...

Gorgeous tulip tree, I saw a few of them yesterday here. Hope the blooms last a long time.
Ann

Laura Quaglia (Fun With This and That) said...

that tree is wonderful
Hope you Happy Pink Saturday, I know I will
Laura

Leovi - La FotografĂ­a Efectista Abstracta said...

Nice shots !! lesas great beauty in flowers !! I was delighted!

Adam said...

nice pink flowers

Ginny said...

That looks like a tulip poplar tree. And those pretty vegetables, maybe some kind of onion or garlic?

Joy said...

Love to see the spring coming. Beautiful flowers!

Clairejustine oxox said...

Loving the pink bloom :)

Happy Saturday...

George said...

The tulip tree blossoms are beautiful. It's wonderful that Spring has arrived. I hope you have a great weekend.

Linda M. said...

Hello LaVoice,
Those tulips are a beautiful site to see after our long cold winter here in PA. We are still waiting for things to bloom. The other pink photo you show is garlic bulbs I believe.
Joyous Wishes, Linda

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Gorgeous pink blooms- I love SPRING!!

Neabear said...

Love your pinks! I love pink too! Such a pretty color!

Linnea

AnnA said...

Dear LaVoice,
the dried vegetable seems to look as an onion or maybe a kind of garlic.
Here in Sweden the magnolitrees also are blooming.I have bought me a pink one, but I have an yellow magnolia since some years ago.It is only a small tree as it still is a new plant.
Happy Blue Monday!
Best wishes,
AnnA