snowdrops? um…no, that would be just plain snow

Last Wednesday was warm and breezy and lovely. Today, not so much. Temps hovered around 34* all day. And it snowed, along with some sleet. DH took some pictures for me. I stayed inside where it is warm.

daffs waiting for spring to come back

The columbine looks no worse for the wear after having snow and sleet pelt on it today. It’ll be blooming soon!

snow and sleet

Bad weather didn’t bother the ‘Minnow’ daffs, either.

'Minnow' daffodil

Brave little flower…

brave little flower

Green grass, bide your time. Next week will be better.

back yard

I love the way the redbud trees bloom in clusters along even the larger limbs. The cold temps won’t bother them. They’ll wait for warmer days and pop out when the conditions are just right.

redbud buds

Redbud and the Star Magnolia in the front yard…

east front yard

Pretty pink quince blossoms.


Before too long, spring will be back on track. Can’t wait! ~~Rhonda 🙂


  1. Posted March 27, 2011 at 8:39 am | Permalink

    Beautiful spring bloomers! We have snow too but nothing blooming yet. Jean

  2. Posted March 28, 2011 at 9:37 pm | Permalink

    None of your pretty flowers look bothered by the snow. I’ve seen snow on several blogs today. I forget that there are places that still see snow into April. Hope this is the last of the snow for you this year.

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