Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Spring is appraoching - Part 2


It was just right before Valentine's Day and President Day weekend when I posted my previous article on spring.  Since San Francisco and Bay Area had several warm days over the weekend, the season is hurrying up to form its shape of spring.

There were some additional photos I took for enjoying spring this year.  I wanted to share them with you.

See the difference?  My wife and I were so worried about birds eat all of flowers.  It looks that was over worrying.

Flowers keep blooming and we are now sure when we will be able to enjoy full blossom.






We decided to decorate inside of our home with orchids.  San Francisco Flower Market has all kind of seasonal flowers with wholesaler prices.  My wife spent 3 hours there bought 3 orchids.







 






Plum Tree in our backyard.  It is slower than Cherry, but slowly and steadily opening its flowers.
 
Nectarine we bought last year.  Opened flowers are beautify, but all these buds are kind of cute, too.

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2 comments:

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Shaw .. lovely pictures and it's good to know you've got your spring blossom out - things may be happening here in the south of England - as it's a little warmer.

I think your wife bought orchids!!!!

If you had bought three orchards, you would have had a minimum of a few apple trees, a pear tree, some plum and cherry trees, etc etc and I think your house would be overplanted!!

Glad you're enjoying life .. Hilary

Shaw said...

Dear Hilary,

Thank you for your comment. You are right. My wife bought orchid, not orchard. I am always confused on these 2 words. My wife also accelerate my confusion. Thank you for your letting me know. I corrected the article.

My wife's plan may be make our yards to be an orchard.

Thanks, again!
Shaw Funami
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