Flowering Quince

Our Flowering Quince bushes bloom anytime from December to March, and this year they began to bud in February.  By yesterday, the last day of the month, the buds had opened, and the blooms look lovely in our never-ending rain.

 

 

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  1. BEAUTIFUL PICTURES!!! WE ARE STILL COLD!!!!!!!!! AND ANOTHER SNOW STORM MOVING IN TOMORROW!!! I’M NOT HAPPY WITH THAT GROUND HOG—- AND MAKING ME THINK SPRING WAS GOING TO BE HERE!!! 🙂 LOL!!

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    1. Thank you! We are water logged and about to float away! Just kidding, but I can’t remember when it hasn’t been raining. It rains every day, and temperatures are in the 50s and 60s. I would rather have snow!

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  2. STAY DRY—- & I’LL TOUCH BASE WITH YA LATER — I HAVE NOT DONE A BLOG POST FOR A LONG TIME- I NEED TO PLAY CATCH UP!!! I THINK OF YOU OFTEN & PRAY YOU ALL ARE DOING BETTER!!! AND YOUR HUBS IS IMPROVING!! LATER–

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    1. I was thinking of you recently and hoping you are okay. You’re right. We haven’t heard from you in a while!

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  3. de Wets Wild says:

    So delicate and pure, reminds me of a bride!

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    1. They are beautiful little flowers. We had warm weather and no rain today, and even more flowers opened up today on the quince bushes.

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  4. How gorgeous! We are still buried in mounds of snow so this is a treat!

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    1. Thank you! I wish we had snow. Much better than all of this rain. We used to live in northern Indiana, and I miss the snow.

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  5. Thanks for the Spring blast! My Quince is still covered in snow 😌😴

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    1. We haven’t had any snow here in north Georgia this year. Just rain, rain, and more rain. I would love to have snow! Thank you for commenting, and thanks, too, for following my blog!

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