Sunday, January 15, 2017

Brighten Drab Days of Winter

;-)  -Marci


  1. Nice photos of the progression. - Margy

  2. So pretty, are those a type of Iris? Enjoyed seeing them bloom,cheer up anybody with gorgeous color.Thank you for sharing, I need to be cheered.Our internet is awful, nothing but problems no matter when I get on, ridiculous. Servers Grand Junction has are not strong enuf for out of city. People complain constantly about internet service. We have 2 carriers out here and neither one is worth a darn.
    Sorry for rant but putting up with this every day is disgusting. City refuses to get more power. They promise so much power and charge for it but don't deliver.
    Hope you had good weekend.

    1. These are amaryllis. Here in Arkansas, they are sold as bulbs near the Christmas decorations beginning around Thanksgiving. It takes about six weeks for them to bloom. Being a gardener, I love having something inside during winter! 'Sorry to hear about your internet troubles. I am pretty impatient when mine is slow! Thanks for visiting! -Marci

  3. Beautiful. Thank you for sharing at the Snickerdoodle Create~Bake~Make link party!

  4. These certainly brighten the drab days of winter. I love how their petals are like velvet :)

  5. What a lovely sight to behold on a cold winter's day. I really enjoyed your lovely photos of bright flowering plants. Thank you so much for sharing them at the Healthy Happy Green and Natural Party Blog Hop. I'm pinning and sharing. Wishing you a healthy, happy year ahead!

  6. They are beautiful. How long did it take to grow these to blooming?

  7. I love spring flowers - I need a bit of life in my life in winter

  8. Beautiful flowers, lovely to see how they've progressed. Thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

  9. Lovely flowers, I love the red!
    Thanks for linking to #pocolo
    (Sorry for the epically late comment)


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