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bluebird42

:-)

ExtraSaavik

He lives in the flowers again ✿♥☺

bluebird42

Thanks, Saavik. These are special to me -- a gift from my father that I didn't know existed until several years after his death. (in other words, he planted them and I'm now living in my parents' old house.)

ExtraSaavik

Love the pinks & purples and greens - Spring always has such a feeling of life. :-) TY jacki ♥

bluebird42

Happy to have sparked a memory for you Bebe!

A bluebell wood is one of the loveliest sights of spring. Takes me back to my childhood when I loved to go to a nearby wood to pick bluebells.

bluebird42

You're welcome Janet, and hugs to you

jan42ful

How sweet thanks Jacki. Hugs to you. ♥

bluebird42

:-), Ed.

bowlakeboy

Your father would be pleased by how well they have done! Thanks, John!

bluebird42

It is, Suzy. I love them all the more for that reason.

pumpkinhead

A nice spring memory of your dad for you to enjoy! They are quite lovely, Jacki.

bluebird42

You're welcome, Shirley. My dad planted some 40 or 50 years ago and they're now all over our woods and have even come up the hill to grow in our regular garden.

Shian2

Beautiful flowers, Thanks, Jacki.

bluebird42

I should think they'd grow well there, Patsy. They're perennials, and will spread if they like the area.

Thought you'd like them Ardy, There are white ones too (coming tomorrow I think.) hugs

ringleader

Love the woodland flowers, Jacki, What a lovely bouquet. I think I like them best that way - in the ground making natural arrangements. Thanks. ♥Hugs♥

Interesting flowers. New to me. I'd like to try growing them, maybe under my crabapple tree.

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