It is still chilly, cloudy and rainy (at least no ice or snow, right?) here in my corner of the world, but I got up this morning longing for some bright blooms of spring Azaleas. I love them. I was a newlywed when DH and I moved to South Carolina, 21 years or so ago, and I fell completely and totally in love with Azaleas. Yes, I had seen Azaleas before, but the versions we had in North Georgia didn't compare to the ones I discovered in SC. They were (ARE) breath taking.
So, I am looking for those first blooms. I know my yard is laden with mature Azaleas, and the surprise will be in what varieties and colors..I have no idea. It will be like a party as they show themselves.
Will they be pinks, reds, whites, fuchsias, lavenders, oranges or a mix of all?
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