My name is Carolyn E. Massey, and I reside in a neighborhood called Green Hill Farms on the western edge of Philadelphia. I love, love, love plants, trees, and flowers, and an enthralled spring is finally here and showing her beauty in many colors.
The sight of these color-rich tulips always takes my breath away. I am surprised each spring when they re-emerge.
More spring beauty: a pansy is delicately marked with lavender lines across its white face.
Another pansy in soft yellow.
And, for stark contrast, a nearly black pansy. Pansies have to have one of the widest varieties of color of any plant in the garden.
And another iconic color of spring: this azalea is loaded down with brilliant flowers so numerous they cover the entire plant.
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