Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Spring Flowers

These are the first to show  blooms
 Karl Rosenfield Peony
 Royal Candles
Full Tide Blue Iris


8 comments:

L. D. said...

Oh wow, look at those buds. My peonies are just about six inches high out of the ground. You live in a better warmer place than me.

Blackberry Lane said...

The peonies will be pretty. Everything is looking good!

Maggie Ann said...

It is so nice to realize you have flowers in bloom. We have a few sunny daffodils so far. And the wind here today is nasty! It snapped off the neighbors big maple tree and broke a really large pot on our patio that had a 4 foot tree in it. etc. We went to the funeral home and I had trouble getting in...my skirt was blowing wildly. Hubby pulled the car where they pull the hearse! so I could get out and make a hasty trip to the door.

You can make a puzzle from flowpaper. After making your design, there are 4 little circles at the bottom left of the screen. (the little garbage can on the right side erases your art and gives you a bland page to start over) (you probably knew that) the third circle on the left has the arrow to send the design somewhere. click on it and 3 choices come up. click on 'save' and it will save to your camera roll. Then you can open magic puzzle app. choose my collection.....and tap the pictures and your camera roll etc will pop up and you can scroll down and find your flowpaper artwork & choose it to be a puzzle. I think its fascinating! =) Have fun!

Vee said...

Please share those peonies again once they gave bloomed. I may not have any flowers, but I can enjoy my friends' gardens. Glad that the storms passed you by. It has got to be scary.

Mari said...

I love peonies but they are far from blooming in our area. Your flowers look great!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

These are all so pretty. We have some spiderwart blooming under the trees right now...full of blue blooms. I should get a photo. Enjoy your week my friend! Hugs, Diane

Ginny said...

I love the peonies. I know that it takes ants to eat away the outer part and help them bloom. I have never heard of Royal Candles!

Lona said...

How wonderful! I love your Royal Candles. Salvias are just a flower everyone need in the garden. I love them. Have a lovely week.