Friday, December 11, 2020

FLOWERS - SUMMER 2016

       With no flowers until next Spring, I will be resharing a few as I find them in my folders.





A closer view of the Native Wood Poppy






Thanks for looking and I hope 
your day and weekend is a great one.




44 comments:

  1. The anemones in the sun are GORGEOUS and my favorite here. What a heavenly blue.

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    1. Dziękuję :) Cieszę się, że ci się podobały.

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  3. Thank you for sharing the beauty - which will come again.

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    1. You are very welcome and thank you :) Isn't that a lovely thought? They will come again.

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  4. Pretty. Good idea going through your folders and finding photos...that's what I'm doing at the moment too.

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    1. Thank you Margaret, I am very thankful for my older photographs :)

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  5. Hello Denise, they are lovely flowers and images. I love the Anemones.
    Take care, have a happy weekend!

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    1. Hello Eileen, so glad. You have a safe and happy weekend also :)

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  6. I love the white flowers in the center of all the green leaves, so beautiful.... these are all my kind of flowers, not hothouse flowers

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    1. Thank you Sandra, they are pretty flowers aren't they?

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  7. I hadn’t heard of a foam flower. All flower pictures are pretty.

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    1. Thanks Linda :) I have only discovered them myself in the last couple of years.

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  8. Beautiful flowers. Have a nice weekend!

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  9. So nice to see pretty colorful flowers in the winter!

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    1. It certainly is, exactly how I felt when I came across them :) Thank you Martha!

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  10. I love flowers and I will miss them in winter. Beautiful photos

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  11. Hi Denise,
    I find it difficult to wait for Spring and the return of some color to the garden, thank you for the reminder
    Stay safe
    John

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    1. Hi John, I think we will all enjoy the spring John, I know I do :) You stay safe too :)

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  12. Beautiful Have a good weekend and stay safe, Diane

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    1. Thank you Diane, and I wish for you the same :)

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  13. Lovely flowers.
    Lovely colours.

    Enjoy your weekend.

    All the best Jan

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  14. These are lovely! I miss spring and summer so much!

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    1. Thanks Linda :) I miss my walks in our local gardens among all the flowers.

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  15. Such lovely flowers, Denise. I'll never forget seeing bluebells blooming en mass England--a sight to behold.

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    1. How wonderful that must been Martha Ellen :) Thank you for sharing that lovely memory.

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  16. I never knew there were native wood poppies, lovely flowers especially the blue anemone

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    1. They are pretty aren’t they Linda :) so glad you loved them, thank you.

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  17. Have a wonderful week, Denise. Your flowers are so beautiful. I used to love seeing those wild violets. They are Illinois' state flower.

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  18. so nice to see so many beautiful flowers today!! i have been wanting to order paper whites and amaryllis but i keep forgetting. tomorrow i must remember - so i can have some pretty blooms in the house. have a great week denise!!

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    1. Happy you enjoyed them Debbie. Flowers are always welcome aren't they? Hope you had a great weekend :)

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  19. I love that photo of the violet!

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