Please enlarge for greater enjoyment.
Two white Cyclamen whispering secrets.....
A head of my great purple Lilac, Syrings vulgaris
exuding scent under our bedroom window...
My favourite old world Rhododendron whose name
is lost in th mists of time giving me joy immeasurable...
And the delicate Rose 'Cecile Brunner', its tiny
flowerheads beguiling the senses, covering the arched
side gate into Fern Hill paddock where lambs frolick,
birds sing and the sun sets over the ridge.
Many more flowers hidden in the Logo on the right.
Thanks to Luiz Santilli Jr. and the flower team for
letting us all show off a little.
Saturday, May 23, 2009
TODAY'S FLOWERS ~ 27 Memories of Spring
Labels: Cyclamen, lilac, Rhododendron. rose
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WHITE cyclamen, wow!ReplyDelete
Always knew they were shy, bowing their heads, but from now on I'll think of them as if whispering secrets. :)
Gorgeous, colorful, breathtaking -- flowers and photos! Thanks, Arija, for the beauty this morning!ReplyDelete
Enjoy the weekend!
Arija, these are all marvelous. Sure wish you could post the lilac smell.ReplyDelete
Oh I DO LOVE flowers...these are BEAUTIFUL:)ReplyDelete
The flowers and flowering shrubs have all gone mad, haven't they?ReplyDelete
Hi Arija, these photos are fantastic. Such beauty! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving that cute, cute poem. May I use it in my Critter post please? I would let everyone know that it was yours, with a link to your blog. I just love it.ReplyDelete
I love the lilac Syrings vulgaris and the delicate petals of the cyclamen.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your comment on my blog. Arija you are ever so right. Life is a series of exams and the harder we study and prepare for them, the better we are. I would like to think that my exams will be over soon abd that I will only learn out of pleasure but no, it is not. I am so glad life is an open book exam though, I have my family and my friends and I really do need a helping hand sometimes. In fact I really need the answer from them or at least help me to find the answer. You helped me, thank you.
Beautiful. Breathtaking. Stunning.ReplyDelete
I love those rhodies, too! And the cyclamen....I only see those at Christmas, so this was neat!ReplyDelete
Wow, Arija, thanks for the most beautiful photos and post. I remember Rhodedendrons from English story books in my youth.ReplyDelete
My cyclamen do not grow well. I like the lilac, it brings me back to 35 years ago when I was in canada.ReplyDelete
I called by to thank you for visiting and commenting today over at Wiggers World...
One of the things I like about this blogging lark is what I come across by chance.. today I found a great looking blog with many beautiful view.. if you do not mind I will put a link back here from my place.. that way I can nip back when ever..
What photos! Have never been able to grow cyclamen, of any color.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous images of Springtime flowers ... colorful and unique. All make me smile ;--)ReplyDelete
Hugs and blessings,
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!ReplyDelete
I enjoy your all your posts and the your beautiful poetry. And I have internet connections, yay! Thanks for the greetings and I am sure I will find the pattern and i will email it to you as soon as I can.ReplyDelete
Love the cyclamen, so delicat! And the lilac - so vibrant! And the rhododendron is finally blooming in Oslo too, they are amazing flowers!ReplyDelete
Great shots, all of them!
So beautiful! You make me want to be there, enjoy the beauty for me!ReplyDelete
Arija, what gorgeous blooms and pictures. I of course love the Rhododendron because I am so partial to them. The lilac is gorgeous and looks to be a darker purple than my old fashioned one. I can almost smell their fragrance :-)ReplyDelete
Oh my God, these roses are spendid. Lilac, I like too.ReplyDelete
i love you rose vine flowers. and the two white cyclamen whispering secrets are very pretty, my first time to see this flowers. i love all your entries.ReplyDelete
what a pretty set of flowers!ReplyDelete
Your memory is my reality! Except for the gorgeous lilac, unfortunately. They just don't seem to like the South. I wish you a happy autumn weekend!!ReplyDelete
Those are memories worth keeping - and they will come again!ReplyDelete
Spring does leave behind beautiful memories.
Arija, what wonderful flowers!ReplyDelete
I've very much enjoyed this nice photographs :-)
I totally loved your idea of the white cyclamen whispering together. Indeed, I have caught them whispering secrets to the faeries in my garden in the early morning sunshine. (grin)ReplyDelete
Breathtaking is a good word to describe your photography.
Beautiful pictures and wonderful memories!!ReplyDelete
I noticed you list our Butcharts Garden in Victoria B.C. Canada.
Have you been there visiting??
- Cheers Gisela.
Wonderful spring flowers to remember while going into winter. Lilac and its delightful scent. The pink CB rose has for me the best rose scent as it is carried by the slightest wind. And last but not least the shy, secretive Cyclamen, so tender and pretty always welcome on the windowsill.ReplyDelete
The shot of the white cyclamen is outstanding!ReplyDelete
I have a pink cyclamen and I love it.ReplyDelete
I like the last photo, it's wonderful.
Good week for you,Arija!
Yeah, I agree with you about the rhododendrons. One of my mom's favorite. We used to have them. Maybe I have to start gardening too.ReplyDelete
love those purple lilacs. Those cyclamen are beautiful. Hope you have a wonderful week.ReplyDelete
Ma'am my daughter is getting married next month. Those flowers in the arch would be ideal for a cascading bridal bouquet. Is there a way to buy? Beautiful garden full of love. That's how plants live. Love from a tender carer.ReplyDelete
These were beautiful. I've always liked cyclamen but have only ever had one plant.ReplyDelete
Wonderful flowers as usual Arija...thank you! I love those climbing roses!ReplyDelete
beautiful flowers as always! :)ReplyDelete
These are just striking against your page! Love your words..they highlight the beauty you've captured!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your wonderful and pretty flowers. Your part of Australia grows the same kind of flowers we have in our regions! Have a great day!ReplyDelete
So beautiful, love it.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the visit. Have a nice day.
Another beautiful flowers. WonderfulReplyDelete
They're all beutiful but the second one is my favorite.ReplyDelete
those are beautiful especially the white cyclamen!ReplyDelete
awesome flowers!!! i like roses. nice shots for this entry.ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers! Adore the lilacs but I am especially jealous of your cyclamen which I never seem to be able to keep growing after flowering!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful place to enjoy and smell the flowers!ReplyDelete
lovely flowers..truly amazing beauty of nature!! thanks 4 d visit!ReplyDelete
I have cyclamen too I'll post it next week, love all your flowers so beautiful..ReplyDelete
Arija: What beautiful flowers you have with all the drought you had. That white flower was very special.ReplyDelete
Wowee!! spring does wonders. I have Hardy cyclamen in my yard--pink and white. I really like them. The wall of roses--excellent. MBReplyDelete
Great series of flower photos - beautiful! :-)ReplyDelete
love those series of flowers especially the cyclamen, cute.ReplyDelete
What lovely memories to carry you through to next Spring. Your climbing rose is absolutely beautiful!ReplyDelete
I think the Cyclamen is my favorite, such a pure white.ReplyDelete
Marvelous series of flowers!
All takes are fantastic!
Thanks for sharing!
Beautiful flowers! I love the picture of the lilac, gorgeous colour :)ReplyDelete