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Nigeline - we have no snow, but the only place I've seen this many flowers is in the garden centers! I'm glad you liked this puzzle. Thanks!Hanne - I was really needing some Spring flowers and figured you would be, too. Thank you!!Mariasha - Thank you so very much! The passion flower and orchids are my very favorites......next to hydrangeas! I'm glad you like them, too!
What a wonderful collection of beauty...I've seen many pictures of the passion flower (second from left, bottom), but have never seen it in person. We mostly see the coral colored one and the purple/white one in these parts. Thanks for a wonderful shot of color!
When you do, you really DO it, don't you Jan??!!! Thanks so very much - how we need them!!
Here in Holland it is snowing again! This is unique they say, so much snow at this time of the year... but I'd prefer to see the daffodils and tulips blooming. As it is they are very sensible: none yet here to be seen! Only frozen snowdrops and crocusses, mostly UNDER the snow. So, instead of looking out of the window, awaiting better weather, I'll solve this lovely puzzle! Thanks
Thank you so much, Mazda! I hope you are having buds and blossoms in your area!Ardy - Cherry blossoms are so pretty. We have a few pink trees and white trees and forsythia, but not much in the way of color poking out of the ground yet. Thank YOU!
Thank you, Jan. I love the purple bells in the bottom row and the lady slipper above and to the left. Every one is gorgeous. I noticed yesterday that my daffodils are starting to bloom and there is a flowering tree in my neighbor's back yard that adjoins mine. It will soon be time for the cherry blossom festival and the area will be full of tourists.
This is a great way to begin the first day of Spring. Beautiful!