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Pat, what I like about the 'normal' stems is that I can curve the line whereas with the gradients, the stems have to be straight up and down. Hey, maybe not. I'm going to see if I can make decent (curvy) stems with gradients that don't look too 'rough.' I see that thee, Mandy, and kaz1 have all been brutal. If I had my way, they'd all be banned so that you could have the top spot. Mandy, in particular, can be incredible cruel. hehehe
Ardy, these really are Happy flowers which is why Mary has created yet another type of dance, The Happy Flower Dance. I have to see if I can find some dancing shoes so that I can learn some of the moves.
Mary, I'm delighted to know that you're still dancing. :-)
Mandy, I just looked up the word "anthocyanin" and you're absolutely right. Now I know a new word....so thank you. :-)
Jan, you're exactly right. :-)
Such pleasing plants - as if they're nodding a smiling "hello" to all of us!
Cute flowers - I like the anthocyanins!!!
Oh, such very happy flowers! They don't know they're small so they don't mind and I'm not going to be the one to tell them. They'd just call me skinny and we'd be in a half-day name-calling session. The Happy Flower Dance has been done and was spectacular! Wheeeee! 3:33 Thanks, Wendy!
Delightful Wendy. This is so great with happy flowers blowing in a gentle wind. You have such a lovely garden. Thank you for sharing.
Lovely, intricate flowers--with normal stems! I think they're beautiful, and I like the way they're so full of vigor that they burst out of the frame! My only regret is that kaz got to all the small puzzles--mine included--before I did, so there was never a chance to see even one with a "You were the fastest" notice...:-((( LOL