Tulips and yellow iris

javan(9b n. coastalCA)April 1, 2006

Despite the rain, I am enjoying the tulip display this year.

Some red tulips on the walkway

A native yellow iris (first of the season)

It was nice to have a sunny day today. We have had over 72 inches of rain since July 1, 2005, about 40 -50% above normal for the rain year thus far. It was good to get a bit of sun for photos today! Jim

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goldiemom(7B-Greenville NC)

how do you get your pics to post directly to your message? I can't seem to find the directions for that... argh!

    Bookmark   April 1, 2006 at 7:44PM
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javan(9b n. coastalCA)

I've sent you an email, goldiemom, describing how I do the photos with photobucket.com. It is easy once you get the hang of it. All the best, Jim

    Bookmark   April 1, 2006 at 7:58PM
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averybird(Zone 5b, WA)

javan,
what beautiful pictures, i look forward to seeing my own bloom soon :) ahh aren't bulbs heavenly! thanks for posting.

    Bookmark   April 6, 2006 at 1:05AM
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juanital(5b/6a OH)

Beautiful pics javan. Love your stone walkway and shingles of your house, too...It looks kind of cottagey...

    Bookmark   April 15, 2006 at 4:41AM
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javan(9b n. coastalCA)

Juanita1, My wife is an ardent reduce, reuse, recycle advocate. She got the walkway bricks from a 50 year old steam heating system in a dormitory that the California Conservation Corp was decommisioning. We then got the standard red brick as a trade from a friend, and put them together for the walkway, and underhouse entryway. The house is kinda cottagey as are many of the houses around here. All the best, Jim Vandegriff

    Bookmark   April 15, 2006 at 3:46PM
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