Thursday, April 10, 2008

Pink Azalea

Pink Azalea
I thought you might enjoy seeing a pretty pink azalea after the pink dogwood yesterday....click to change the size to a larger photo to see even more detail (by clicking on "all sizes" and then choosing the larger size) . We found this beauty at Dixon Gallery & Gardens last weekend. I'm hoping that the azaleas may be fully-blossomed this weekend.

The past few days have been long workdays, and I'm looking forward to catching up with everyone tonight and tomorrow!

15 comments:

Kate said...

Your flower photos of the last couple days make me very jealous because we're sitting here in dampness, rain and gray skies. I'm so anxious for warmer weather with all the colourful trees, bushes and flowers that go along with it. PS. I don't think that I've ever told you that I LOVE your David Cohn quote!

Rambling Round said...

Pink perfection!

Jim said...

I usually dont like pink flowers (so girly) but the azaleas look great. I think the bunch together in the middle looks perfect.

Dusty Lens said...

Gorgeous! Simply gorgeous!

Lynette said...

Beautiful sights, these azaleas and dogwoods and tulips. Thanks!

oldmanlincoln said...

I wish these things would grow for me. I can't begin to tell you how many I have planted and watched them die. Don't know why.

Your photos are beautiful.

Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio.

PAT said...

Andrea, these photos are amazing. This one and the Dogwood are gorgeous! I love Azaleas and wish they grew like this in our zone. We have a few of them, in our yard, but not as glorious as they are farther south.

It's raining again, here and you won't believe this one!! Perhaps we'll see snow Sunday. You can bet if that happens, I'll blog it!

Beautiful post!
Pat

Rosebay said...

Good to see things are blooming further south.

Here is a tour of what we have to look forward to here in Salem, NH.

Rhododendrons

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Click index to see the list of Rhododendrons.

Halcyon said...

Very beautiful. I love the light pink. Mine are more fuschia.

smilnsigh said...

Almost achingly lovely...

Miss Mari-Nanci

Professor said...

Oh my goodness- these are so lovely! We can't gro azaleas around here and we don't have any flowering trees other than lilacs so thank you so much for giving me a "spring!"

Dan said...

azaleas are among my favorites. Right up there with plumeria. When I lived in Hawaii we had plumeria right outside and the smell would just fill the house.

George Townboy said...

Gorgeous photo! Azaleas never looked so good!

Ming the Merciless said...

I remember azaleas having a strong heady fragrance. Am I right?

The colors are amazing. It definitely looks like Spring has arrived in TN.

Joy said...

How pretty! A very beautiful shot. Love it!

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