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After doing some research, we have come to the determination that the little flower from my last post is probably a kind of Azalea.  The ones we had in Texas were quite a bit different than these little ones here, so we didn’t make the connection.  At any rate, our little bush of Azaleas weathered the storm, but took a beating and some of them look a little rough, while others only suffered minor damage.

A few other growing things fought off the storm and elements and came back winners.

Some budding fruit from the tree at the corner of our house managed to make it through the late frost...

Some budding fruit from the tree at the corner of our house managed to also make it through the late frost last month…

...as well as some on the Bradford Pear tree.

…as well as some on the Bradford Pear tree.

From huge blooms....

From big clematis blooms….

...to the tiniest of tiny little flowers, Spring has been wondrous!

…to the tiniest of tiny little ground cover flowers, Spring has been wondrous!

Hope you are having fun and enjoying the rest of Spring — Summer is fast approaching!