Michaele has spring fever, and her enthusiam is happily contageous!

"Hi, all, Michaele Anderson (aka meander1) here sharing some spring sights from my east TN garden. We hit it lucky with no ill timed freeze ruining the dogwood and overlapping wisteria and cherry tree blooms. It fills my heart with such joy when things come alive and every view is a delight."

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It's such a treat when our pergolas are covered with the wisterias in full and glorious bloom.

I always let a branch twine low on one of the posts so I can see the blooms up close.

This is the first of several different peony varieties to bloom. It is a tree peony but I don't know the name.

I was down on my hands and knees doing some weeding and suddenly heard a buzz. It was my first bee sighting of the spring.

A pink dogwood surrounded by 2 white ones.

No spring flowers but the bark of the paperbark maple is always so pretty.

Always pleased when the creeping phlox is totally covered in its delicate flowers.

For those of you who wonder what the pink muhly grass looks like through the winter.

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