The most beautiful mess in the world is when the jacaranda petals fall.

Mine are in my back yard, here in Scottsdale, but aren't they beautiful! JACARANDA Located In our FRONT yard. Blooms in the Spring (March- ?) The most beautiful mess in the world is when the Jacaranda purple petals fall.

Cherry blossoms - gloriously beautiful. We had the most exquisite cherry blossom tree in our front garden when I was small; I used to sit and look at it and dream....

We had the most exquisite cherry blossom tree in our front garden when I was small; I used to sit and look at it and dream. I love cherry blossoms!

One of my faves! Have plants in the front yard and love seeing them bloom every spring!   bleeding hearts dicentra

One of my faves! Have plants in the front yard and love seeing them bloom every spring! bleeding hearts dicentra Picked them out and bought them at Montgomery Wards greenhouse and asked if we could plant some in the yard as a youngster - KIm P.

Lovely Flowerbed of Azaleas, Tyler and East Texas are known for beautiful displays of flowers.  Tyler celebrates Spring & Azaleas with annual "Azalea Trails"

Lovely Flowerbed of Azaleas, Tyler and East Texas are known for beautiful displays of flowers. Tyler celebrates Spring & Azaleas with annual "Azalea Trails" . I miss the south and the azaleas.

Poppies, my favorite flower. Love the pops of orange in a field of green.

Poppies, my favorite flower. Love the pops of orange in a field of green. Me too! It was the only flower I could draw good - I've always liked 'em!

The camellia (Camellia japonica L) was designated the state flower of Alabama in 1959, replacing the original state flower adopted in 1927 (goldenrod). A native of China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan, the camelia is cultivated in the southeastern United States.

~camellia (Camellia japonica L). It was designated the state flower of Alabama in replacing the original state flower adopted in 1927 (goldenrod). A native of China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan, the camelia is cultivated in the southeastern United States.

“Silently, one by one, in the infinite meadows of heaven,   Blossomed the lovely stars, the forget-me-nots of the angels”   ― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Alpine Forget-Me-Nots by Dean Franklin. Alpine Forget-Me-Nots (Myosotis alpestris) growing in the woods along Campbell Creek in Anchorage. Forget-Me-Nots are the Alaska state flower.

cabbage roses  Cheryl are these the roses that you posted earlier ? I found the their name!!!

Beautiful English roses Old English Rose, so pretty with a vintage look! Gorgeous old english roses

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