Live: Early Spring Flowers

It is the start of spring here in Australia and the first of the seasons blooms have started to surface. Cherry Blossom, Grape Hyacinth, Daffodils and Snowdrops are popping up in fields and gardens all over the countryside. We love to pick bunches of fragrant Freesias and Daffodils to brighten up our home and fill it with the smell of spring, even when the weather is still feels cold and wintery outside.


15 comments on “Live: Early Spring Flowers

  1. While we are in the beginning of Fall, how beautiful to see these Spring flowers. Thank you, for sharing the joy 🙂

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  2. Beautiful pictures ❤️


  3. I have never seen real Australia flowers before. We are just starting fall here and your flowers are wonderful to see.

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  4. gina@mytinytexaslife

    WOW. Very pretty flowers especially the cherry blossoms. I bet they smell pretty too. I have always wanted to visit Australia BUT I hears there were huge spiders there. 🙂

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  5. Thank you for reminding me of my favourite season and flowers. It’s the beginning of Autumn here all russets colours and shorter days.

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  6. How lovely to see spring flowers when all is dry and autumnal here in France!

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  7. Thank you for letting the flowers remind us that spring always returns and the earth is born anew. We didn’t have much of a Spring season here in Brooklyn, NY. We went into warm weather and then weeks of heat and humidity. Ito hope your Spring is a gradual one and you get to enjoy the gradual transition to Summer.

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  8. What an amazing Sakura !! 🌸🌸🌸

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  9. The colours! Beautiful.

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  10. Absolutely beautiful!

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  11. I’m so jealous! Summer is just about over for us here in Canada. Such pretty flowers.

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