Gotta Garden

Thursday, April 05, 2007

(Belated) Wordless Wednesday

7 comments:

Naturegirl said...

Beautiful and peaceful! Appreciated more when enlarged! Happy peaceful Easter weekend. Hugs NG

Kate said...

I agree with naturegirl - it is a lovely picture.

just wanted to let you know that I referred to your blog in my post yesterday!!

I am enjoying going through your daffodil pictures. There are so many interesting varieties. I am in awe!!

Gotta Garden said...

Thanks, Naturegirl! That is our own (well, Virginia's, that is) Rappahannock River viewed from Belmont (which I'll post about soon).

Thanks for coming by!

Hello there Kate! Thank you and thank you also for the links! Very much appreciated!

Oh, the daffodils! Just wait until I get to the Daffodil Show that I went to on Wed...boy, did I get a come-uppance! Lol! Mine have all been purchased from online sources or locally...but, I think I am about to enter a new world! I'm planning to join the local (nothing is local, but you know what I mean) society and will be able to place an order for some really special daffodils...I'm so excited! Plus, I just got my jury duty money...so, guess where I'm spending it! Lol!

Thank you...you make me feel very good!

Ki said...

Wonderful photo. The redbuds I can identify but are those dogwoods that are blooming on the left? Looks to be a fairly large tree for a dogwood.

WashingtonGardener said...

Pretty spring view!

My own garden has some light blanket of snow this morning - hope this is the last of winter!

Nice blog, BTW! :-)

- Kathy
Washington Gardener magazine

Gypsy Purple said...

Wishing you and your family a happy and blessed Easter

Gotta Garden said...

Hi Ki: I think you're right...dogwoods were coming into bloom...just 30 minutes away (at most) from me, things were ahead.

Hello Kathy: Glad you found me! Yes, we had snow, too! Goodness! Mostly all gone by the afternoon, though. Thanks!

Hi Gypsy purple: Thank you so much!

Thank you all for stopping by.

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