Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Annual Doggerel

My contribution to Michelle's Nature Notes (#357).
Here is the 4th of the Redbuds I planted. There's a big one blooming down the street over its shoulder.

There are so many pretty flowers blooming. I must keep snapping away.

Daffodils were still going strong on Cacapon Mountain late in March:

How about a couple of porch birdies?


And now for that annual doggerel (plus a dogwood):

How much wood would a dogwood dog, if a dogwood could dog wood?

P.S. I added the link to Nature Footstep's Trees n Bushes 53.

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9 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

adorable nuthatch.

Rambling Woods said...

Pretty blooms... I want to plant a dogwood, but i am running out of room in the sun. The back is mostly shady... Michelle

Alexia said...

May all of your redbuds flourish and floriforate!

I've always liked the pretty flowers on the Bleeding-heart - pity about the name, though.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I love the blooming dogwoods adn redbuds. The birds are always a cute sight. The bleeding hearts are one of my favorite blooms and plants. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Hooray for spring. :)

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

That just might be your best nuthatch yet, old chum.

Helma said...

Beautiful all the flowers on the tree in the last picture. also Fuchias is beautiful in color. A nice blog with nature and I like that.

Karen S. said...

Beautiful blossoms, and a fun hike for me too!

NatureFootstep said...

thanks for linking up at Trees n Bushes :)