A couple of weeks ago I promised you tulips
well, here are a few of the first to come out
a heap of bi-colour tulips
enough to set the garden on fire, tulips with teeth???
these have a perfect cup shape
and a little floral background as well
If I can make it, the sequel will follow next Sunday.
What a joy filled series of Tulips...so uplifting on this rain filled dreary Autumn day. Thank you for making the start to our day, so much brighter. Have a happy weekend Arija~ReplyDelete
Arija , your tulips are beautiful!! SO colorful. Have a happy weekend!ReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures Arija.ReplyDelete
We still have a long wait, before we can see the tulips again here.
The second picture is my favorite.
Happy weekend, Irma
As our summer fades your spring befins - I am envious. It will seem a long time until our tulips bloom Arija.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous flowers and colors, Arija! Thanks for sharing the beauty! Hope you're enjoying a lovely weekend surrounded by so much beauty!!ReplyDelete
HI These Tulips are all wonderfully captured.ReplyDelete
hi arija, these are super lovely!ReplyDelete
lovely colours too.
i love your blog!
Beautiful pictures of tulips...ReplyDelete
Wow, what a delight, beautiful spring garden!ReplyDelete
ahhhhh, tulips ablaze!ReplyDelete
Here we are settling into autumnal tints & hues ...
Love those *teeth*
The tulips are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
The tulips are so pretty. I will have to wait for several more months to see them here.ReplyDelete
They are simply gorgeous. Thank you. Many of my tulips have been and gone - but the green ones are just coming out...ReplyDelete
Don't think I've ever seen tulips with teeth. They are all so bright and cheery. Getting down right cold here as the leaves drop.ReplyDelete
Spring is (t)here....even through photos it makes my heart sing! Love them all....the traditional ones and the beautiful frilly ones ...the colors are wonderful!ReplyDelete
Such colorful tulips! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Wow, beautiful tulips♡♡♡ReplyDelete
And yes, I would love to see your passion flower!
Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
Beautiful captures of these lovely tulips Arija!ReplyDelete
In answer to your question about my touch-me-nots : no they are not poisonous. The name refers to the explosive dehiscence of the seed capsules. The mature capsules burst, sending seeds up to several meters away.
A delight for the eyes Arija. Thank you for sharing :)ReplyDelete