Red Flowers

Today is a day about red flowers and I’ve got a few! Years ago I never thought I would love red flowers or anything red but just last year I really started “digging” red flowers! Red was too loud, screaming for attention, I thought. Well, not anymore. I like screaming for attention IN RED. Today, in fact, I wore a red jacket to work. It is nice to STAND OUT sometimes. That’s what the flowers in my garden are doing now, standing out, screaming to get their pictures taken.

Red Quince

“Dark Night” Rose

Red Anemone

Flowering Peach Blossoms

This tree is a bit more unique because the buds are dark pink, bordering red color. Some buds opened up into a “peppermint” color flower.

See below, the very same tree has peppermint-colored flowers. So pretty, isn’t it?

This below is another flowering peach tree. It is a red colored flower but in this picture it looks very pink. I love the vibrancy of these flowers.

Ok, you are in for a TREAT with the remaining pictures! First, my garden looked great after the rain, it made everything green and clean! Only my dog is not clean and you’ll see why when you scroll down. Second, the lighting when it is partly cloudy outside makes for great pictures. Third, my dogs are so CUTE in these pictures.

Look at my dog, Hunter walking in the garden looking for puddles and slugs to eat.

Then, there is Lord Waggles below. He was digging for slugs in a super muddy area after the rain. His eyes are not that brown like the picture. He kind of looked like a demon dog, not my cute little Maltese-looking-whatever he is. Did you notice the background? SO PRETTY!

So cute and so yucky at the same time!

The picture of the hyacinth below is also beautiful! I love the pink and yellow together. So vibrant! My Samsung camera takes great pictures.

Finally, this picture below is the best that I’ve ever seen in my garden picture collections. Beautiful colors with the blue skies, blue house, greens and yellows, with some pinks and reds and a white dog! WOW!!! I just love that picture and the way my dog was looking up in the sky. Also, if you remember last weekend I posted about that trellis that fell down? I erected it a few days ago but it is hanging by its chinny-chin-chin broken leg, tied to a flimsy stake, and supported by that big blue pot. If a big gust of wind come through right now, that will be toast!

That’s all for this happy Wednesday! I hope you enjoyed these wonderful pictures! I should have more this coming weekend. I hope I have time to share them. I’ll try!


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