14 May 2013

Wordless Wednesday

the beginning of the last big one

too much to bear

We don't count.  We're from last year.

We were just getting started!!!

chilled lavender

delphinidin ice

cold hyacinth

buried alive

pincushion pins

I may bend, but I'll never break.

worse for wear

I will survive!

pincushion quenched

candy tuft on the rise

Poppies!

standing tall

Wake up!

back to life

Good morning, Sunshine!

16 comments :

  1. Oh my, I hope things are more like the last couple of pictures now and not snowy and icy like the first.

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    1. We went from late winter directly to summer heat, Catsynth. Most of the plants seem to be holding up okay!

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  2. Beautiful pictures.

    My fave is the first one. Something so magical about snow on a tulip.

    Blessings always

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    1. I agree, Stitchy! I hope you are feeling better today!

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  3. Yuck to the snow, glad it went away and all bright now on display

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    1. I just hope the moisture will help keep forest fires from running rampant this summer, Pat...

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  4. not again! I feel sorry for your flowers. They have to put up with a lot.

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    1. Yes, Monica, ten inches, then 80 degrees 10 days later. But the plants do seem to be adapting well, most of them, anyway.

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  5. Let's hope you've seen the last of it for a while....

    But I do love those hyacinths poking up out of the snow!

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    1. I've been saying I can't wait to snow dye again, Sue, but I actually can wait and hope I don't get another chance until about October...

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  6. It has been a hard start, but he recovery is amazing.

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    1. Yes, Neferi! Some of those little seedlings are now more than two inches tall!!!

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  7. Hopefully the poor flowers survived the cold snow.

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  8. Isn't it amazing how often our plants and flowers survive being buried alive??? Beautiful progression and sprouts/flowers.

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    1. Thank you! I couldn't believe how many of my plants did survive that last deep freeze, KB!

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