Friday, March 9, 2012

Azaleas

I love Azaleas, they are so bright and beautiful, I smile when I see them blooming.  As soon as we bought our house I began planting them.  Do I now have masses of blooming flowers?  No, mine, for the most part, are still small, blooming sporadically and looking a bit woebegone.  Mac feeds them, we water them, I talk to them, but still they look a bit sad.
We did our morning walk through our neighborhood today and I took some pictures of my neighbor's Azaleas.  Obviously they know something I don't know. :(








5 comments:

  1. I like azaleas too but I don't have any in my garden. That's mostly because this is a cottage garden so they don't seem to fit in properly so I just enjoy other people's instead:)

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  2. Such lovely splashes of colour the azaleas make! I have just been catching up on your last few posts and had a chuckle over the printer, which is so apt! I am now also feeling in a mood for a bit of Jane Austen on DVD - I have to say I like both of the recent Pride and Prejudices, even though I was determined not to like the Keira Knightley and Matthew McFadyen. Just depends how long I have to spare watching!

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  3. Beautiful. Here in England they come out in May when all the leaves are on the trees. I'm told they like lime (acid) soil but I'm guessing you already have that around where you are.

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  4. Azaleas and Dogwood are among our first flowers of spring. Next comes Wisteria.

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  5. Have you ever been to Callaway Gardens to see them?
    I love azaleas!

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