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Sunday, April 6, 2014

Mein Sonntagstrauss




Mon Bouquet du Jour













Wishing you a happy Sunday on this 
beautiful Spring day. 

Gina 



12 comments:

  1. Dear Gina,

    This is going to sound very strange, but I looked at the second photograph of the white and yellow flowers, with their noses pressed up to the camera lens, and I thought, "Gina's pets."

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    1. Dear Mark, not so strange. Next to my animal menagerie, flowers rank high on my list of "things I love". It's been so cold here that the few flowers that are blooming look more important when they are massed together and in the house.

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  2. Nice combination using that variety of daffodils (name escapes me at the moment!) and your hellebores! When I lived in Wisconsin I had many of that type; I found them very hardy and long-lasting.

    Mary in Oregon

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    1. Dear Mary, You are right. These are very hardy flowers...they have to be in this climate. It is the hellebores that surprise me. In the mornings each plant is frozen solid and as soon as the sun comes out they look as good as new.

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    2. I just researched the name for those daffodils: Ice Follies! Amazing that your hellebores are frozen solid in the mornings. I had no idea they could withstand that kind of cold.

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    3. Dear Mary, Ice Follies is the perfect name for the first daffodils in my garden. Thank you for looking then up.

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  3. Dear Gina,
    with such a lovely 'Blumenstrauss' it has to be a happy day. I am happy too because much needed rain has been falling all day.
    Warm greetings, Sieglinde

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    1. Dear Sieglinde, You must have sent some of that rain our way. It was also much needed Everything is starting to green up. Your garden must be growing in leaps and bounds.

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    1. Dear Theresa, Will you be going to the upcoming and fabulous workshop in Italy?

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  5. AAAAh! Such a sweet spring arrangement Gina - isn't it lovely to cut one's own flowers from the garden. I have Ice Follies too!
    Glad to see you here - hope the 'big commission' will soon be completed and we see more of you and your beautiful surroundings.

    Love, Mary

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  6. Dear Mary, Yes, almost finished. Your garden is looking so beautiful. Have enjoyed watching it grow over the last couple of weeks. How sweet that you have your wrens back. Their song is as beautiful as a nightingales.

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