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Our Beach Cottage Garden is Blooming!

Pink Camellia in our beach cottage garden. March 2011.
I'm so happy to report that our Camellia's are blooming; which means that Springtime at the beach is right around the corner! 

Our pink Camellia shrub has been trying to produce beautiful blooms even with the torrential downpours the Washington coast has been experiencing this entire Winter.  As you can see, this delightful flower takes on a rose-like appearance...isn't it lovely?

What is really exciting is that the forsythia is beginning to burst with yellow blossoms and that our pink roses and other perennials will begin their transition into beautifying the cottage gardens in the very near future! 

Our roses will soon have lovely PINK buds on them. March 2010.


The "poods", Minuet and Daisy, are very excited for longer days and warmer temps...as you can see from this picture :O)

Though hard to tell, Daisy and Minuet, are happy that Spring is around the corner!

None of us can wait for our delicious PINK roses to cover the fence and provide lovely visuals in the backyard.

Climbing PINK roses covered with fresh raindrops. 2010.

Of course, we also delight in watching birds play in the birdbath; which sits under a large tree and is surrounded by rhododendrons, azaleas, ferns and such!


Early spring in the beach cottage garden

Our beach cottage mascot, the Cherub, smiles as he knows that the longer days mean that the hummingbirds, robins, blue jays, woodpeckers and owls will come visit more often.

Cherub bird bath. 2010.
Here's to Springtime dreams and a happy weekend to all!!!

Pink Camellia in our beach cottage garden. March 2011.




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21 comments:

  1. What a lovely yard you have.
    As for blooms one small crocus here.

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  2. Makes me smile from ear to ear to see such beauty in a garden and two adorable little doggies looking forward to spring :-)

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  3. Your garden is lovely! The pink Camellias must smell so heavenly.

    Happy Pink Saturday!

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  4. Your camellias are beautiful! Minuet and Daisy are adorable!
    Hugs,
    Annette

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  5. So pretty garden!

    Happy Pink Saturday!

    Hugs
    Charo

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  6. Oh I could almost smell the Camellias. Your furbabies are the cutest. Happy PS!
    Licks & Wags, Niki

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  7. Rhododendrons and camellias you are very lucky to grow these, you have beautoful garden:)

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  8. Looks like we were both thinking about flowers today! Gorgeous! What a beautiful garden! By the way, what kind of dogs are they? They are absolutely adorable - what cute faces!!

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  9. Oh I just love your beautiful garden!

    Last Monday I did a tutorial on a pink party favor which you might enjoy. I am now organizing a Spring altered matchbook swap if you are interested.

    Happy Pink Saturday!

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  10. Loved all your photos but that cherub birdbath won my heart.

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  11. I used to live in Vancouver. Little Minuet and Daisy stole my heart OMG. The little black one looks like my Toby. DId you see him at the bottom of my post? So sweet. Oh and your gardens are lovely too, lol
    Thanks for dropping by.
    Nice to meet you.
    Love Claudie
    xoxoxo

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  12. Hi
    Wow what a pretty garden and you can get all that to grow by the coast. Must be a lovely sheltered spot. Very pretty. I love the 'poods' too.

    I am honoured that you would like to feature my blog so please go ahead. What would you like me to do at this end?

    Best wishes
    Carolyn

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  13. What lovely flowers and your little fuzzy faces are just adorable.
    Be a sweetie and thanks for popping in to see me,
    Shelia ;)

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  14. So beautiful! Do you have the deer problem we have in OS? When we get to the landscaping portion of our project, I will be asking you for advice on what to plant!

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  15. Thanks for the gorgeous shots...so inspiring and hopeful!

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  16. Oh how lovely! The flowers are beautiful, I wish my garden looked like that right now, but I have to wait a few more months till I can enjoy my pink roses. Your dogs are so cute =D

    xo Linda

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  17. Hi, met you on Pink Saturday. Your photos are stunning. May I ask what camera, what macro lens you use. The macro of the rose, just incredible. Blessings on your week.

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  18. Your flowers are beautiful and Minuet and Daisy are just adorable. I know they are going to enjoy the longer days and playing outside.

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  19. hermoso jardin, te felicito!!!
    besos, mely

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