Blooming at the Masters





One of the most alluring things about the Masters is the pristine grounds of Augusta National.  They're like something out of a fairytale!  While the perfect greens and towering pines are not to be missed, nothing stops the show when the azaleas are in bloom!

After I watch the event, I cannot resist the urge to make a run to my local nursery for a few azalea plants.  I love the mix of shades from purple, fuchsia, lavender, red, coral and blush! Aren't they gorgeous?

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5 comments:

  1. Amen corner to that! Those azaleas are to die for! My little ones in our garden have so much to aspire to!

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  2. @I'maNolaGirl I know, mine too!!! I wish they were faster growers but it just makes me appreciate the older ones that much more.

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  3. i think i could get into everything about the masters except for the golf. the food, the arnold palmers, the gorgeous grounds/flowers and i love a good walk. i've never played real golf before but if my mini gold skills are any indication i might be in trouble! i do like your idea of napping on the couch however.

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  4. So pretty! We have some azaleas in our backyard but I really wish we had some in the front. I'm no gardener though and most of those things fall at the end of my projects list!

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  5. Yes, I have to admit I also watch the Masters half of the time just to see the gardens! I love when they do small clips about them! (The other half of the time I am watching Ricky Fowler and am rooting to Phil!) Azaleas are fantastic! I once had a friend tell me she thought they were ugly, but I don't think she has seen them in all their glory!

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