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pixipixil
Mar 31, 2020
Does anyone rmember TV trays that were metal and painted with scenes like this? My mother had a set with a scene like this one but the painting style wasn't as loose.
I have glories of the snow blooming in the yard now.
Does anyone else have anything blooming? You folks down south must have cherry blossoms. I see they're blooming in DC. Have been to DC twice but never saw the cherryblossoms. My husband's Spring break was always too late.
Wishing you good timing today.
123Bunny
Mar 31, 2020
Everything blooming at the Coast in Vancouver. Gorgeous even tho it is raining.
aknan
Mar 31, 2020
I remember those TV trays, pixi - we had four of them and they were used regularly!

The cherry blossoms in DC are marvelous - have only seen them once, but have never forgotten the beautiful colors or the light fragrance.
trynfindit
Mar 31, 2020
Here in n.e. Florida our yard is blooming: amaryllis that are double white, dark burgundy and red with a white edging; walking iris, both blue ones and white ones, bottlebrush, cape honeysuckle, blue glory vine and bush daisy. The azaleas finished a few weeks ago (we have purple, white with lavender mottling, white, magenta and red ones. the camellias this year were gorgeous - Purity (white), Professor Sergeant (red peony flower type) and Taylor's Perfection (pink). And the orange tree is loaded with blossoms. Oh, and the hibiscus are blooming, a yellow and 2 reds.
trynfindit
Mar 31, 2020
Oh, and I remember those tv trays too. Hadn't thought about those in forever.
pixipixil
Apr 1, 2020
:-) 123bunny--three years ago we visited Vancouver Island and the Butchart Gardens. I can only imagine what gorgeous flowers you have blooming across th straits in the city. Unfortunately we didn't have a chance to crodd over.
Trynfindit your garden sounds magnificent. How big is your yard?
trynfindit
Apr 2, 2020
Our lot is about 90 ft by 110 ft. The back yard is shaded by an enormous Live Oak tree and the front is partly shaded by a Southern Magnolia at one end and a Drake Elm at the other. In the side and back yard we also have a nice navel orange tree, 2 blueberry bushes and a wonderful persimmon tree. Our back yard also has corkscrew ginger, variegated ginger, 2 hollies, ferns, ajuga, and 2 Ming ferns (https://lisalapaso.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/ming-fern.jpg) that are about 4-5 ft tall. I love plants, as did my dad.
pixipixil
Apr 3, 2020
Sounds lovely trynfindit. Ours is long and narrow--55x150. The back yard came with four huge white pines along the back fence and a silver maple cluster centered about 25 feet into the yard. The street side also has a cedar. As you can tell there's mostly shade. I planted a rhodie a neighbor was throwing away and it is 8 feet tall now against the back of the house. I have another rhodie against the fence between my house and the neighbor's. On the street side I planted two arborvitae the deer have emaciated at the bottom. I planted another that had seeded itself in the front. Now I'll just list the rest all-- things I added. Street side-butterfly bush, blueberry, spice viburnum, Tandori viburnum, lots of hostas, echinaceas, daffodils, glories of the snow, chrysanthemums; neighbor's side--2 grape vines, bayberry bush, 2 clematis' on metal tubing gazebo over a bird bath plus a non-blooming wisteria I tried to get rid of and a clethra bush that keeps expanding into everything.
In the front is a cherry, a weeping redbud, a crab apple, a pole apple, a lilac, a privet, a euonymus and two spruces--the conical type. I have lots of perennials and bulbs. My favorites are the platycodon and the lupines. There's more but that gives you the gist.
trynfindit
Apr 5, 2020
Sounds wonderful pixi! I love white pines; we had a bunch of the on the N.C. property we used to have. I have a whole bunch of white pine pinecones that I use at Christmas in decorations. And I love rhodis, especially the way they clamp their leaves down when it gets really cold. It's like they're hugging themselves to stay warmer. The pole apple sounds neat; I've never seen one. Everything sounds really pretty.
pixipixil
Apr 6, 2020
I love appleblossoms. Our first house had the prettiest apple tree that used to bloom its heart out.
I miss that house more each year.
trynfindit
Apr 6, 2020
Where was that house pixi?
pixipixil
Apr 6, 2020
In the Catskills bordering the east branch of the Delaware River. We could go out in the morning and throw in a line. With luck we'd catch breakfast.
We had chickens so always fresh eggs, a goat for a year so lots of yoghurt, milk and cheese, and a vegetable garden. We lived between mountains. It was so beautiful but got very cold in the winter. One February it was minus 40. We would spend all Sunday afternoon walking along some obscure mountain road we discovered.
And there were so many different kinds of birds.
Also lots of bats which kept the mosquito population near zero.
I had a pet cat.
We were very poor. We heated our home on free wood that a log cabin company would dump up the road from us. God always gave us just enough to make it.
elijah13
Mar 31, 2020
Our March was the hottest on record. Ready for a little cooler weather. This looks like a fall day.

"It is not the strangest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change." Charles Darwin That has to be US!
CatLadyOKC
Apr 1, 2020
Not having a good to day!

"A little drowsing is an image of perfect beatitude - Jules Champfleury"
KarenBuglet
Apr 1, 2020
Looks like we are getting a little break from the heat for a few days. I welcome the relief.
elijah13
Apr 1, 2020
I even turned off the AC today and have the house open--at least for a while.
KwkClkrSwkr70
Apr 1, 2020
Nice nature scene.
darambo
Mar 31, 2020
Lovely painting, wish it looked like that here today. It is snowing very hard and with the biggest flakes we've had all year. Winston up here helping me type this, eating dog biscuits, and watching the snow fall. He is absolutely the biggest clown we have had, always doing something funny. Be safe all.
KarenBuglet
Mar 31, 2020
You painted a nice word picture there with your pup helping you type while enjoying dog biscuits. It made me smile.
jas6415
Mar 31, 2020
Beautiful scenery
JAMP124
Mar 31, 2020
Beautiful ------ lovely colors.
nlbuchanan
Mar 31, 2020
Nice. Wish I could paint like that.
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