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Wow, such beautiful blooms! At least all that rain has given you these pretty flowers.
unconscious of how much winterbleakness connectsto their absence -shocked by how overnight every hue fires imaginationof a constant July -their profusions windtossed invite innersongs in praise to-- no, don't cultivatea name for this - justpraise
Oh, lucky you. We're not daffodil territory here, though lord knows, I've tried. What are the tree blossoms?
Thank you, Katie. The blooms are wonderful this spring!Anon, much praise for such a great poem xxooAltadenhiker: I think the tree blossoms might be ornamental pear. Is it too warm and dry for daffodils there?
These are magnificent, Ms M. I'm looking forward to the bulbs blossoming here - though I have to wait my turn for our Spring to arrive.
Yes, we don't get the right cold snap. Can't grow tulips, either. Oddly, shouldn't be able to grow hyacinths, but once I bought a plant in a grocery store and when it finished blooming, dug the bulbs a shallow grave. They come back year after year.
Thank you, Shell. I'm glad this can give you a little Spring during your Fall :-)Altadenahiker: No tulips either? That's a bummer! You must have a special touch with hyacinths though, for them to make a repeat appearance year after year.
Such beauty, Ms.M. I'm so jealous that you have had a real spring. Thank you for sharing and brightening my damp, grey and rainy little corner.
Glad to oblige, Dive. I hope the sun finds its way to you soon!
Wow, these are beauties, Ms. M! The flowers as well as the photos. Gorgeous. I planted some bulbs and I usually get a few days of tulips but they didn't work out very well this year.
Thanks, Petrea. We've had a good season for flowers this year, so I thought I'd take advantage of it.
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