Absolutely beautiful...both the pink dogwood and your photography!
One of my favorites! I'm glad I remembered to take its picture before theblossoms fall!One yellow planter coming your way tomorrow! :)
Thanks so much. It will fit right in with the other yellow planters around here. :)
So delicate... and pretty! I think pale pink and green are one of the most beautiful colour combinations.
It's a perfect color combination!
Isn't she? So pretty in pink!
Beautiful, Betsy. . . 😊
Thanks, Ed :) She's my favorite.
I have a dogwood too but sometimes I am a little remiss at remembering to prune it, in February when it is cooooold . . . :)
Gorgeous flowers! So wish they would grow and bloom up here!
Hopefully your snow has at least melted by now....maybe? :)
Hi Betsy - stunning ... we're about to have bulbs and blossoms battered by a sting in the tail of freezing polar air - not looking forward to it! But that photo is a delight ... cheers Hilary
Oh, that happens to us quite often! Some of our crab apples barely flowered at all this year because of frost after a warm-up.
Isn't she lovely....isn't she wonderful.... ♪♪♫
Pink as can beOnly dogs at your sea lol
Maybe I should grow some catnipto even things out a bit.
My sister has a catnip plant. She has a cage over it to protect it from the neighbor's cats.
I think my 13 cats would gang up on that cage and win. haha.
I love the pink dogwood blooms, and the story of the cross they tell, with the nail prints in each petal. Your picture of them is absolutely beautiful...may it will end of as a header some day. :0)
I don't think I've heard that analogy!
Simply beautiful.The colors are so soft and delicate, and yes, love the story of the nail prints, on each petal.Beautifully photographed.Hugs,~Jo
I guess I'm going to have to google that!
Simply gorgeous.I love the soft colors.
I know...me, too! Wish it stayed that way all summer!
This is a stunning photo!
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!