Thursday, April 22, 2010

You Capture - Sweet

Really? I wasn't going to participate this week? When I got to go on a field trip with my granddaughter to a bakery? When all the plantings that I have done around our house were done with one goal in mind - have something blooming all the time and that something should smell sweet?

So I went out to capture sweet.

Here's Anna decorating her sweet confection like a professional.

And now on to the flowers. Where to begin? (Actually you'll see that I didn't know where to stop.)

And then the sweetest flower of all. This shrub was chosen solely for it's incredibly sweet smell. It's called a Korean Spice Viburnum and they don't get any sweeter smelling than this. The last picture isn't the best picture but it's the picture that proves the sweetness of the viburnum.

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  1. I swear, I could SMELL the lilacs in those first two flower photos. I love lilacs!

  2. I think your granddaughter may have a future in cookie decorating!
    Love the flower shots. Now I am going to have to visit the nursery so that I can smell a Korean Spice Viburnum!

  3. I love seeing flowers, thank goodness spring is here. Beautiful shots Mary!

  4. Beautiful flowers! You've gotten them before us, but I hope ours makes an appearance soon too!

  5. I can almost smell the sweet aroma. Such beautiful captures. The picture of Anna decorating the cookie is precious. You have a "sweet" grand-daughter.


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