A blog about food, and a little about reading, and some sewing, and I might even knit something.
Lovely photos Pam. They brought a smile to my face :)
We have no green. We have no flowers. We have 19 degree frostiness *sob* Lucky you and your pretty flowers!
Mmmm. Loving the flower. I am guessing the name has to do about when it blooms?
The flowers are so pretty! Wish we'd get some here in Michigan soon.
what a pretty flower!
What feel-good pictures! I'd love to see more pictures of your yard!
Those are very pretty. Wish spring would finally get here and stay.
No green or flowers here yet...I'm jealous. That's one of the down sides about living in the Northeast. We have to wait longer to have flowers. Please stop by...I've left you a little award.
I love the subdued color.
Beautiful! Makes me feel happy just to see them.
Holler - thank you!Marjie - sending springy thoughts your way.Terri - Yes, I always remember to check on it during lent to see if it's blooming. Deb - hopefully, soon!Pearl - thank you.Shabby - you'll probably get tired of my yard pictures once spring is in full swing. Kathy - hopefully soon!Shirley - hopefully it will come soon. I'm off to check your blog!Noble - me too!Doris - glad I could bring you some pleasure!
very nice flower!!! :) thanks for sharing as always....
What lovely flower!
What a pretty flower! Capped off my day beautifully!! :)
Oh, look at how lovely those look on your table and in your yard! (I like the doily (sp?) on your table, too!) How great that your Springtime flowers are making an appearance. :-)
What a beautiful color those flowers have.
Lovely photographs, I just love how delicate they are! Gotta add those to the garden soon one day. Thank You. -diane
i think these are also called columbine. i have them too!nothing like a hardy spring perennial.
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