Wordless Wednesday: First Bloom Of Spring

by Tammy Taylor~

These pretty blooms will disappear soon. I planted them just off our back porch so I could see the 1st bloom of spring from our window #TaylorMadeHomestead

I have no idea what these are! My aunt shared many bulbs and other landscaping plants – only the bulbs survived the drought the last few years. These pretty blooms will disappear soon enough but I purposely planted them just off our back porch so I could see the first beautiful blooms of spring each year from our windows.

~TMH~

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18 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: First Bloom Of Spring

  1. JES

    Beautiful!!! Thank you for sharing with us each week on the Art of Home-Making Mondays at Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth! 🙂

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  2. Poppy

    These pretties look like the early spring narcissus that sprout wildly all over the mountainous meadows of Crete, where I live. In any case, your pic is sweet. Visiting from JES’, Poppy

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    1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      I’ve never grown these before but they were gifts from my aunt. I think they’re beautiful too! ~TMH~

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  3. Michele Morin

    What an encouraging photo to see — the day before a blizzard here in Maine! Thanks for the little blast of spring!

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    1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      (oops!) Sorry Michele, I forget we get such an early spring compared to those north of us. That warm sun will be shining soon! ~TMH~

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  4. Mrs Shoes

    Oh lucky you Tammy – I wish we had the mild winters that you do!!! But I’d probably melt in your summers ( I am pretty sure that a puddle starts to form at my feet at anything over 95*F). I was thinking crocus too, but then I decided that I actually think they are Paperwhites… View a photo of Paperwhites here & see if you agree! https://www.easytogrowbulbs.com/pages/paperwhites-planting-guide Paperwhites can even be forced indoors in a vase or what-have-you, for those of us living in The Great White North where the first blooms of Spring are a WAYS away yet; last night it got down to -38*C with the windchill (-36.4*F). Yes, Spring is away a ways yet.

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    1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      Thanks for the tip. I melt at 95 degrees too but DANG I hate to be cold worse! Loving this NE Texas weather right now that’s for sure. ~TMH~

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    1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      I’ve heard Crocus too Colleen, among others. I’ll be glad to finally find out for sure from my Aunt what they are! ~TMH~

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