Saturday, February 28, 2009

TODAY'S FLOWERS ~ 17 Memories of Spring

SkyWatch 2 posts down!

Pleae click pictures to enlarge for full effect.



Part of Tulip bed in the farm garden last spring



White Iceland Poppies dancing with red Ranunculi



I just love single Anemones



Another part of the Tulip bed. Unless I totally
replant this year, there will be no Tulips next
Spring, the bulbs were all cooked in the ground
this summer.

Now click on the Logo at right to view wonderful
flowers around the world.

Thank you Luiz, Denise and Laerte for the wonderful
work you do in organizing this meme.

56 comments:

  1. Your images are truely beautiful!

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  2. You are early for Today's Flower. Thanks for visiting our blog. Indeed the costal road at eastern part of Taiwan, and most of the cross-island mountain roads are often brocken when the Typhoon passing by.

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  3. Beautiful tulips. I hope you replant, to be without flowers is sad. I certainly hope your weather is better this next season.

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  4. I love the poppies and the tulips.. so pretty! hope they will be there in your garden again! kisses

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  5. I love tulips. Your tulip bed is beautiful. I haven't seen any tulips springing up around here, wonder if its still to early for them.

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  6. Love those Anemones! So sad what heat and lack of rain did to your plants. I hope you get enough rain to bring Spring forth.

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  7. So beautiful. I hope you get rain, so you can continue to share a delightful garden with us.

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  8. All flowers are beautiful, but tulips...well, tulips are a work of art! Beautiful photos:)

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  9. Lovely to see those tulips in other parts of the world too. Although the tulip originally comes from Turkey, we grow them in all colours and sizes here in Holland.

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  10. Your captures of your garden are great. Makes me wish for spring to arrive soon.
    Smiles B

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  11. Oh i can't wait for spring to get here, your garden of flowers is truly beautiful

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  12. Oh those anemones, my favorite! A treat to see them!!

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  13. Oh Arija..You can see how much love went into you garden..Here I have some room, sun and water and I have no knowledge about gardening..I will try to plant something in your garden's honor. I wanted to plant some lavender...Michelle

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  14. Truly lovely memories of your garden.

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  15. I love the colour combination of the second shot.
    Gill in Canada

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  16. Love your tulips - and the anemones are truly wonderful! I'm sure your garden soon will be full of wonderful flowers!

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  17. So beautiful memories of spring - my problems with tulips are just opposite, sometimes they freeze... Hope you've got rain there.

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  18. Hi Arija - we are expecting a few days of rain - hopefully it will be good rains and not just a drizzle. Looks like you will have to replant the tulips though. As ususual your plants are beautiful

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  19. Those tulips are gorgeous Arija! I am sure you will be energised to plant a few more for the Spring.

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  20. What a great spring garden, stately tulips and many more of the first flowers. Arija plant a few, a new beginning, we never give up!

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  21. Beautiful flowers, Arija. You must have had one stunning garden. I can't grow these ones up here - too hot and humid.

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  22. Lovely spring memories! Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Most of all, I like the red and white.

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  24. Lovely, lovely spring flowers. I particularly like the Iceland Poppies. Sorry your tulip bulbs got fried last summer.

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  25. Beautiful garden. Simply beautiful.

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  26. I am like you---those flowers are some of my favorites. I hope you get rain and cooler weather SOON.
    I hope you be able to replant. MB

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  27. The tulip bed is gorgeous Arija. I love the stonewalk. The small-time gardener that I am, I feel ecstatic when I see a flower bloom. I can only imagine the joy you must feel to see the garden bursting in color. I hope the weather tames itself and you get your strength back so you can plant to your heart's content.

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  28. Beautiful flower beds... I would be delighted to have them in my garden. Best wishes :)

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  29. Arija,
    the Iceland Pappies dancing with the ranunculi, the tulips so gayly greeting, such heartwarming beauty,
    and you think this is all gone, no hope? My heart goes out to you and all who suffer from this unrelenting heat.
    Thank you for your kind comments on my blog!

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  30. Beautiful pictures,and lovely flowers...
    Thanks for sharing and for your nice comment in my blog...
    Hugs from Portugal!
    Lurdes

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  31. Great Spring memories. We're lucky, it's almost here, again.

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  32. Oh, these are all so pretty, now I'm even more anxious for spring to get here!

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  33. I love tulips and I'm so sorry that I haven't a place to have those flowers on my garden.
    Have a nice week.

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  34. Lovely, lovely, lovely!

    Paz

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  35. Wow, those are colorful and beautiful!

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  36. Beautiful bed of tulips you've captured! :)

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  37. Sweet memories, Arija. ;-) I hope in a few weeks to be showing you some of my spring.

    My Today’s Flower’s post is at
    More of Me - EG

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  38. looking forward to see around all these colours! enough winter!

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  39. What beautiful flowers! You have a nice blog! Your pictures for skywatch is lovely too! Thanks for dropping by.

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  40. The tulips are magnificent but I love the combination of the poppies and the ranunculus..
    How about planting in pots rather than the ground? Would that work?

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  41. I thoroughly enjoyed this series of flower photos. They are all just beautiful, love the different varieties and the colors of each flower are gorgeous.

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  42. Arija: What neat colors in your flowers.

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  43. Arija,

    I enlarged all photos, it's marvelous, perfects takes!
    Thanks for posting.

    Luiz

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  44. Wonderful series photos of colorful and gorgeous flowers. Poppies are so beatufriul as well as those colorful tulips which always look like so elegant. I've never seen anemones in private which flowers are so delicate and beautiful. Lovely spring memories, indeed!

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  45. lovely spring flowers! too bad the heat is cooking them!
    i also love the goats in the previous post! we seldom see goats here

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  46. Your flower photos are gorgeous. I love the tulips and the one closeup - stunning!

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  47. I'm glad you have all these wonderful photos of your flowers Arija.. I especially love the delicate Iceland poppy

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  48. very soothing, thanks for sharing

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  49. These are beautiful pictures of spring flowers. I'm sorry that you lost so many of your flowers in the drought.

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  50. Quelle chance d'avoir un si beau jardin !
    Very, very beautiful!!!
    Carole.

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  51. What a delightful array of colorful blossoms! Love them all ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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