My entry for Cee’s Flower of the Day: Tulips. ©Sometimes, 2017
Just what the Doc ordered for a December day! These tiny Parrot Tulips are among the first flowers to make themselves known in my Littles Garden patch. These are from April of 2017.
all photos ©Sometimes,2017
These azalea blossoms are reflecting, but for the life of me I don’t know why. I’m not using flash. It’s pretty here, I think, but the longer shots seem washed out from glare.
Red & White tulips have been around for 47 years.
This gorgeous pink Day Lily is one of the “lost” bulbs that have been languishing over by the septic tank for about 15 years. There were about ten plants that we bought back then, and we rarely saw them. Last Fall we decided to replant them in the front flower bed, and they are very thankful!
These beauties have recently moved to their new location in the front bed, and are enjoying the sun and rain and air for the first time in several years. They had been overwhelmed in their original position. © Sometimes, 2016
Cee’s Flower of the Day — Rhododendron
if curious name
It doesn’t matter…
Beauty’s exactly the same
© Sometimes, 2016
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