Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Outdoor Wednesday

Every Wednesday Susan from A Southern Daydreamer is hosting Outdoor Wednesday. I actually wrote a post today , but when I saw the lovely posts...well, I just had to join in too and write another.

Lawn Garden at Tower Hill

I am dreaming of Spring,

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and Daffodils.

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Pots and pots of Daffodils...

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I know a garden,

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not too far from here,

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Where hundreds,

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and hundreds,

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of Daffodils

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will soon be in bloom.

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Today, if you click HERE,

My creation

you will be lead down the garden paths to Outdoor Wednesday,

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hosted by the lovely Susan. And if you are so inclined, you can add your name to the growing list.

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My creationThe song for this post is Just The Way You Are. A love song for the awaited Daffodil

21 comments:

rochambeau said...

Hi Karen,
Beautiful thought of hope for Spring. Here it has sprung!! All the Daffodils are on parade, telling there stories of Spring.
Althought:
Early Spring='s
Early Summer"'s->>>>>>>>
NO FLOWERS because it' TOO hot ;-(

So for now I'm reveling in all the beauty there is.

Passing on the torch to you!
xox
Constance

jeanne said...

Hi Karen, i am so glad your decided to join in. Your post is talking like spring could be here tomorrow. Bring it on! Wouldn't that be a welcome sight. Smiling BIG! Across the street on the mountain side there are Daffodils like in your photos, just growing wild. When they are in bloom it is gorgeous. I think we are all getting spring fever right now.

Have a wonderful day.

Hugs...Jeanne

xashee's corner said...

i sooooooooo enjoy reading your posts, daily! you take me on the BEST journeys! :) Thank you so very much for ALL that you share! Have a FABULOUS day!

dana said...

If I meet you in the garden, will you walk awhile with me? I'd love to stroll along the paths, smelling the smells of spring and chatting with a "friend"!

Happy Outdoor Wednesday! Beautiful photographs, Karen! Dana

ellen b said...

Karen, Your photos are so beautiful. You have a great eye! Daffodils really usher Spring in don't they? Blessings as you wait for Spring...

Susan said...

Welcome to Outdoor Wednesday Karen! I love your post...wonderful! Looks like Spring in your pictures!Thanks for sharing your photos. I hope you share your Outdoor posts again!

Susan

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Hello Karen,
Welcome to Outdoor Wednesday the flowers are beautiful and a great welcome to our upcoming season of spring time. Thank you for sharing.
Blessing,
Sue

Vee said...

We can enjoy spring in so many ways even if we don't yet see it beyond our windows... Thank you for the daffodils!

♥ Kathy said...

How beautiful! Happy OW!

sylvia said...

thanks for your comment and you make me long for the spring with all those pictures of daaodils!! only a few weeks and we will have them here all over the place...

The Quintessential Magpie said...

OH, how beautiful! I love daffodils so much!

Thanks for sharing this loveliness...

Happy Outdoor Wednesday!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Tealady said...

Thank you for leading us "down the garden path." LOL I love the daffodil vistas, and also your paintings. Thanks for sharing.

Lisa said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful daffodils.

Mine haven't bloomed yet, but the green stems are lovely! ha ha

mbkatc230 said...

What an absolutely breathtaking sight! And I think that is the greenest grass I've ever seen. What a beautiful post for Outdoor Wednesday. Kathy

Linda said...

DId you take all those photos? The blue of the sky is gorgeous and the yellow daffodils are stuning! Linda

Lynda ~ Among the Hedgerows said...

Thanks for sharing these beautiful snippets of spring, Karen! It won't be long until we'll enjoy them in our own gardens.

xo,
Lynda

Blondie's Journal said...

Karen,

Love the pretty daffodils, they are my first sign of spring in the backyard but I know better to look for another month!

Your park is beautiful. I'm not sure if it is a water fountain, but the scrollwork trellis on top is gorgeous & the lions head on the well is very majestic! What a great place to go to see the first signs of spring! :-)

Loved the music too!

xoxo
Jane

kbbryant said...

First, love your header. You really captured a beautiful spot with your awesome photos.

Kathy b

shirley said...

Dear Karen,
My, some of these images look so familiar to me. Have you ever been to Tower Hill? I love gardens and can't wait to be in my own. The robins were visiting today and I felt bad that we still have so much snow. Thoughts on spring!
Shirley

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

I wish we could take a picnic and set in the field chatting and maybe write a story for thr children. I used to run through a field like that next to our house picking buttercups (as we called them). We forgot all our cares and played for hours....m...

Beth at Aunties said...

Karen,

It is a beautiful bright garden of sunshine. Seeing these gardens do help the l o n g wait for spring!

We are getting snow tonight:)