Monday, April 3, 2017

Tennessee In Bloom

Color is once again returning to our landscapes.
The spring trees are in bloom.
Dogwood, Bradford Pear, Cherry and Magnolia, all doing their part, and adding their touch to the spring palette.
 

 



Rain is moving in this afternoon, and throughout the week.
It's a good thing, since April showers, bring May flowers.

12 comments:

donna baker said...

I think you are a little ahead of us.

Doc said...

Beautiful trees Jo, ours are just starting to bloom here. We are hoping for a nice Easter for the big neighborhood egg hunt.

Louca por porcelana said...

What a stunning post ! Thanks for sharing ! Hugs, Maristella.

Pam said...

Beautiful photos!! Thank you for sharing. :)

Susie said...

Jo, What beautiful trees !! I love everyone of them. The first one is outstanding. I love dogwood trees in all their colors. Blessings for a great spring, xoxo, Susie

Betsy Brock said...

Gorgeous...every single one! A few of our Bradford Pears are starting to bloom but look a little spotty. I think that last freeze after the warm spell got some of the buds.

The Great Ethan Allen said...

Very pretty! Love the spring blossoms on trees.

The Furry Gnome said...

Beautiful trees! One of the nicest things to see in Tennessee!

coffeeontheporchwithme said...

Absolutely lovely trees! You are much farther along than we are. Happy Spring! -Jenn

DJan said...

Wow! Just simply stunning trees. Thank you for showing them to me. :-)

rusty duck said...

That first tree is gorgeous, you've pruned it well.

L. D. said...

The flowering trees are so wonderful. Your season is of course weeks before ours. I did see one tree starting to open blooms that is up the street. My flowering tree at my new place ended up being a pussy willow. I hope that there are more that flower near here and they are just late to do so.