I have enjoyed such a a blissful sweet spring. I constantly say, “Wait a minute” to my senior mom or my cute grandkids, so I can snap yet another photo. The small amount of photos I’ll share in this post is just a tiny percentage of the hundreds (literally) of photos I keep taking and enjoying. Many end up at Instagram, some on Google Plus (otherwise known as G+) or Facebook, others at Pinterest, and many are slated to go to my elderly mom’s iPad for her to enjoy. I definitely appreciate the handiness of a camera in my iPhone AND I love that I can share these beauties with you. Like more Rhododendrons,
Iris are flowers my whole family love including my grandkids, one of whom seems to be following in my footsteps of flower photos. They are also, often, found around old vintage homes – heirloom flowers that were planted decades earlier that continue to gift the new owners annually.
Check out these pretty pink posies.
I even spied some sweet roses to remind me of loved ones I had in Roseville, California.
As I wrote at the beginning, these are just SOME of my favorite flowers I’ve been enjoying. What are YOUR favorite flowers in YOUR neck of the woods? We’d love to hear! And if you’d like to see more of my fave flowers, just click here.
P.S. If you’re ready to buy a house and work on your own flower garden – or enjoy heirloom treasures left by past owners, give me a call at 657-229-5293 or email me at [email protected] or click here to search for homes. (And Yes, I can do referrals also – and help you find another REALTOR who specializes in vintage homes in your neck of the woods. 🙂 )