Dogwoods are everywhere.
They're in everybody's yard. Pretty four-petaled flowers.
One of the fun things about this area is that dogwoods grow wild. You see them all through the woods.
(Apologizes for the gloomy nature of some of these shots - it's been pretty overcast and/or rainy lately.)
And not only do we have lots of white dogwood, there's pretty pink as well.
See? Pretty in pink.
Lots of yards have dogwood - plus azaleas are in bloom. This is a neighbor's yard.
And another. For those who watch golf, the Master's tournament course is loaded with enormous azaleas.
And one of my favorite spring flowers - the delicate lavender wisteria. It grows everywhere here. This is on the side of the road.
As are these. It's a weed here, really!
Some people train their wisteria on a trellis. I think this is lovely.
And some have is as a plant, not trained on anything. You really have to keep it cut back, though!
What's this? A hedge of old roses, starting to bloom near my company's headquarters.
This gives you an idea why my pictures weren't so bright - kinda gloomy on the Georgia dome!
|I love seeing his back toes...|
Vader doesn't care. He just stretches out and relaxes. He's not interested in flowers. A bug, however....
|See me? I'm soooo soft...|
And Cisco? You can see how much the weather bothers him. I want to be that relaxed!
Some tatting for you next time..