Spring is really here.
May 4th

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Two weeks have passed since the last pictures and lots more things are in bloom.

This is a small weeping crabapple that someone decided should live in the rhodo bed.

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Beside it this small pink rhododendron is blooming.

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On the other side of the crabapple, a yellow rhodo is just starting to bloom.

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And not far away there's a red one.

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This azalea is fully in bloom.

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At the far of end of rhododendron bed two of the tall plants are in bloom.

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Here's a closer look at those big red blossoms. The phone camera really doesn't do them justice.

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Here is another small azalea.

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There are also bluebells and other bulbs all over the rhodo bed.

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The big plant by the sign appears to be taking rest this year as last year it was covered in blooms.

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The trees are leafing out all over the gardens, and the tulips are still in bloom.

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Nearby there is another ornamental crabapple.

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And in the back corner, one of the wisterias has started to bloom.

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