Yellow, Yellow Everywhere ... Bloom Season Hits Sonoma County

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Safe Haven Realty | 707-332-2560 | Serving all of Sonoma County, CA CalBRE# 01433049

We are in full bloom in Sonoma County.  The recent rains have turned our hillsides emerald green, I feel like I could be in Ireland this time of year.  February is one of my favorite months because the daffodils, mustard and acacia take over and plaster their yellow beauty everywhere.  Look out if you see me driving in your vicinity, I'm not paying much attention to the road!

daffodils, green pasture

Daffodils on Valparaiso ...

mustard, sonoma mountain

Mustard on Stony Point ...

acacia, blue sky

Acacia on Occidental ...

 

 

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Rainmaker
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Rick Obst
Eugene, OR
Regional Production Marketing Mgr in Eugene, OR

When in Napa Valley a long time ago I remember the fields of mustard in bloom.  What a sight!  Here in Eugene, Oregon the daffodils are in bloom and even the lilies are above ground now.  Nice pictures!  Spring is on its way.

Feb 23, 2010 10:13 AM #1
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Shirley Parks
Sands Realty 210-414-0966 - San Antonio, TX
Broker, 210-414-0966, San Antonio TX Homes

Hi Cynthia, These gorgeous pictures make me feel happy. I especially like the mustard field!

Feb 25, 2010 02:23 PM #2
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