Butterfly faith: from dark crannies of this world come the most amazing of beauties! Love to you!
AWWWWWWWMore flowers? It definately helped Thanks soooo soooo much :)
oooh pretty! What are they? We don't have those on the West Coast, I think.
Lovely! Qu'est-ce que c'est?
Hi Alisha,You say the most wonderful things. "Butterfly faith"--I love it. Thank you.Hi Clare,My pleasure. One can never have too many flowers, can they? (Even if they are on a computer screen.)I took a walk up the wooded driveway last evening and must have seen a dozen different types of delicate wildflowers blooming. It was such a lovely surprise.Hi Nerissa and Berecca,Oops. I knew I should have figured out what kind of flower this is before putting up the photo. I'll see if I can dig up my "Wildflowers Of Missouri" brochure. In the meantime, anyone know what it is?
Yep, no doubt about it -- spring is my favorite time of year! New brightly colored greens all over along with splashes of other bright colors. Hope your day is going well.
Better website link:http://2bnthewild.com/plants/H85.htm
I'm a London reader of both this and the 'Kitchen Garden' blog. I dream of 13 acres in the Lake District (which I regard as my home) or the Trossachs or the North of Scotland.I doubt it will ever happen, but until then, I take great vicarious pleasure in reading your blogs and seeing your photographs (and feel for you for your recent losses - one of the reasons I' ll probably never make it happen...). Thanks.
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