Saturday, March 28, 2009

Willows

14 comments:

Mary said...

Simple....simply lovely!

Eve said...

Thank you Mary...you are simply lovely too!

Becky and Gary said...

Oh yes, they are appearing everywhere here too, except I'm sure we'll get more of the white stuff! I took some pictures of them today too.
B.

Salix said...

They are beautiful! The catkins are what most people associate with willows.

Jenny said...

Glad yours are coming out at last Evie. They must've been about a month later than the ones I posted about.

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Hi, Eve, thanks for stopping by via Sharon! So nice to meet you & I look forward to chatting with you more. How fun that you are moving to our wonderful state of AL. I think you will love it. I have no idea where Grant is, but I'm guessing it is up north of B'ham, since you said you are on a mountain? I love the mountains here in the area, they truly are beautiful. I was raised in ATL, but really love living here now. It's a great place to be & I'm sure the gardening will be totally different than NY, you will definitely have a longer growing season. Get used to some HOT weather!

Denise said...

That is such a beautiful photo Eve.

Michele said...

A beautiful photo, nice and simple, I like that!
I'm hoping soon that we will soon have these little buds out!
Take care!
~Michele~

Shellmo said...

Those pussy willows looks so beautiful against that gorgeous blue sky!!

Bird Girl said...

One of my favorites, Eve! I always cut a bunch and bring them in each spring - remember making pussy willows with puffed rice? Oh...you're probably too young ;-)

Tina said...

One of my favs for the first signs of spring!! I actually have a vase filled with them in my dining room right now..
Beautiful picture, Eve!!

Stacey Huston said...

Beautiful!!

Eve said...

Thanks everyone!

Kerry Hawkins said...

so simple, very pretty