Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Touring a Nursery

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A little while ago, I read a post about a sweet nursery tour on a blog I follow Rooted in Thyme.  It was so inspiring!  You can read about it here.

There is something so charming about a nursery, isn't there?  The other day I visited one of the nurseries local to me, and although the weather was overcast and unpleasant, losing myself for a moment among the trees,

the beautiful

and fragrant flowers,

made the gloomy day disappear.

I even found a little nostalgia in a loquat tree, which I haven't seen since my youth!  I so miss these trees; each summer when I was little, we would enjoy its fruit.

Are April showers at hand in your neck of the wood?  Until next time.......

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  1. I used to do my daily walk at the local botanical gardens, and it was so good for the soul, seeing all Mother Nature's creations~ thanks for the virtual tour and a reminder that I must start walking there again!

    1. That sounds wonderful, Jenna! Thanks for stopping in. :)

  2. Yes! I love visiting nurseries :)

    1. I know YOU must Villrose, you photograph the most beautiful flowers! :) Thank you for visiting!

  3. It is almost planting time here in Wisconsin and I am anxious to visit nurseries and pick out some favorite plants. I enjoyed your photos!

  4. Visiting nurseries is one of my favorite things to do. You have some lovely images from the one you visited.

    Yael from Home Garden Diggers