Sunday, April 12

Sunday Farm Photo: Happy Easter!

Our One Clump of Tulips in the Front Yard Almost Always Blooms for Easter

Want a bigger bouquet?
4/16/06: Easter Greetings to You
4/16/06: Dogfoot Tiptoed Through the Tulips
4/16/06: Time Lapse Tulips
And you'll find lots more flower photos here and here and here.

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  1. Perfect Easter flowers. Great photo. I hope the Bunny bought you some chocolate.

  2. Happy Easter to you too! I came by to see the babies and as usual they not disappoint! I always so look forward to seeing your lambs. It truly is a dose of cute every year. See you are doing more meat sheep other than Suffolks. How about some wool sheep for fiber?? I hope you had a lovely Easter!

  3. Wow - another beautiful picture! Too bad tuplips don't last any longer - they're some of my favorite.

  4. Hey Anne in SC, someone just told me that the Breck's catalog has some tulips that grow taller and last twice as long!!! Maybe worth looking into that 'cuz I love tulips, too, and they really don't last long enough!

    Susan, your tulips are gorgeous! Hope you had a wonderful Easter!

  5. I love tulips, especially red ones! Yours are beautiful.


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