Blooming Spectacular

We just got back from a trip, in which we were lucky enough to get a peek at what may be a once-in-a-lifetime event. Virtually every Joshua tree in the southwest is in bloom, in what is being called an unprecedented display. I’m afraid I only have this crummy drive-by photo, but it was pretty amazing to see:

Joshua trees in bloom, April 2013

And returning from the trip, I had lots more tulips in bloom:

Tulips, April 2013

Tulips, April 2013

Tulips, April 2013

Tulips, April 2013

The early iris are starting to bloom too, and even the lilacs. It’s a world of color out there!

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11 Responses to Blooming Spectacular

  1. Marilyn says:

    Oh my. Gorgeous! Love the stripey tulips…I used to know what they were called…

  2. vicki says:

    GORGEOUS tulips!!

  3. margene says:

    The Joshua Trees may be unprecedented but your garden is spectacular!

  4. Chris says:

    There is snow in our forecast for Thursday. *runs away screaming*

  5. kitten says:

    I like your yard better than the Joshua trees.

  6. Suzanne says:

    Your tulips are gorgeous!

  7. Carole says:

    The colors of your tulips are stunning!

  8. I guess if we gotta have a drought, it should be worth something “unprecedented”.

  9. Ann says:

    Your purple and white stripey tulips are amazing. There is nothing like the spring flowers in Utah that have been nurtured by the winter cold and snow. We had a condo there for business up above the zoo for 4 years and the gardens were so lovely this time of year.

  10. Cookie says:

    So cool!

    Love the Rembrandts or however you spell them.

  11. jill says:

    What a welcome home from the desert! But I do love the desert in the spring as well. I’m glad it was a lovely journey!

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