Crafting a Life on the Wiccan Path
They all look beautiful!Everything is dry here now, no rain arrived and now we have a draught here. Many years since that happened in this rainy country :-)Have a great day!Christer.
Love them all, but I have a special place in my heart for the brown eyed susans!
Oh, they are beautiful. Lovely pictures. \Mary
Beautiful! Makes me think of that quotation: "The Earth laughs in flowers."
Everything looks beautiful Robin ;o))
Black eyed Susans just make me happy. All your flowers and plants look great! Ann
Thanks for visiting spittyspeaks today ;-) It is furry nice to meet you (and Gwennie and teh kitties). Gwennie is a good woofie to work on tolerating (er, loving) her feline housemates. I am *sure* they reciprocate her affection--right?
Your flowers are all looking great Robin. When I came to the photo of Black-eyed Susans, it instantly made me flash back to when I was a small child, growing up in upstate NY. I would wander through large fields overflowing with nothing but Black-eyed Susans. I remember I would get lost amongst densely grown flowers that were taller than I was back then.I would alwayspick a big bunch to give my Mother when I returned home from exploring.Sadly, Black-eyed Susans do not grow where I live in the Pacific NW & while we have many other varities of flowers, none are comparable to Black-eyed Susans. They are such a simple happy looking flower. You have to smile when you see their bright yellow fringelike petals dancing around that perfect button center. Thank you prompting me recall how much I love this flower and miss seeing them dancing in the breeze on a Summers' day.
Now these are really pretty flowers and the Human with her black thumbs has no idea how all this comes about, but I think the pictures would be waaaaaaay better if there was a kitty or a woofie in them, ha ha meow!
Your hydrangeas are dreamy...my personal favorite. Love that you surround yourself with such beautiful plants, they are all wonderful. xo
I love, love, love hydrangeas! Every time I see them it reminds me of beautiful memories of Martha's Vineyard.
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