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Friday, 6 April 2012

Easter flowers

It's turning out to be a bit of a chilly Easter so far in Manchester, but that doesn't seem to have affected the Spring flowers.
I walk past this magnolia tree most days without really noticing it, but for the brief time it's in bloom it really brightens my morning.
I also photographed these gorgeous daffodils in the park - never mind the weather, these almost give off their own sunshine! 

  Wishing you a wonderful Easter weekend x

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  1. It's gone chilly here too, but like your area, my flowers don't seem to mind at all!
    Happy Easter!
    xo
    Stephanei

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    1. I know, I was just admiring the lovely flowers on your blog Steph! Happy Easter to you too x

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  2. awww... missin' 'em spring bulbs. the place i rented had a sort of wasteland behind and my window looks out to it. but each spring all sorts of wild bulbs would start to spring!! daffodils, poppies, bluebells, snowdrops, irises ... darn ... how i miss them!

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    1. Aw I love wild poppies and bluebells! Where abouts did you live when you were here? I bet you weren't far from me x

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  3. Those are lovely feminine flowers. Saucer magnolias are pretty but they do not last long. Enjoy them while you can. The daffodils are very sunny. They would bring a smile to my face,too. Enjoy your Easter, Angie.
    Hugs,
    tammy

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    1. You're good at plants Tammy, I never knew they were called "saucer" magnloias! I hope you enjoy your Easter break too x

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    1. Thank you Sharon, and wishing you the same x

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  5. Happy Easter Honey! It is a shame it has gone chilly after the gorgeous sunshine we had recently, but at least there are still lots of gorgeous blooms around x

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  6. Happy Easter! those flowers are just another beautiful gift to us!

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  7. Well, I'm a bit late, but my Easter wishes are no less heartfelt. Your flowers are gorgeous. Looks like they are about three weeks behind my weather this year. So it was fun to see that the daffodils and magnolia blossoms are still in bloom. Thanks for stopping by my place, too. I truly appreciated it.

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