Sunday, March 29, 2009

Today's Flower

This week as I still have no flowers at all in my garden I pulled a couple of purple flower photos, from last year. Keep hoping I may have flowers, flowering before we move May 1st, who knows?


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22 comments:

RuneE said...

They would something to wish for - I bet they will be there!

VALKYRIEN said...

I recognize the Clematis on the last shot, and they are wonderful flowers.

Darla said...

Well this is a lovely way to remember and look forward to what's coming your way!!

Denise said...

Such pretty flowers Gill, love your photos of them. Thanks for sharing.

Sherry said...

I love purple flowers, and these are lovely.

Tarolino said...

Clematis. My very favourite climber. They are grand. The other one I did not recognize. Here's hoping for a burst of flowers before May.

Lanny said...

Are you taking clippings and divisions of your plants? I read your moving posts (the ones about you moving) and I am very excited for you, change is always exciting.

a pot, a thought & a smidgen of dirt said...

That is so beautiful, I am deff going to find that plant for my garden.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Your photos are lovely! I'm sure...well, almost sure...you'll have flowers by May. But will I? ;-)

Barbara said...

Lovely clamatis. What kind of flower is the first one?
Smiles B

LizBeth said...

I'm not good at recognizing flowers, but I love purple! So pretty . . . . . .

Arija said...

The Clematis is a beuty, how can you bare to leave your garden behind?

guild-rez said...

Oh..
I have snowdrops, many crocus and yellow alpine Anemone flowers in the garden!
Hope your flowers bloom very soon too!!
Thank you for visiting.

Digital Flower Pictures said...

The first one is a Kansas Gayfeather or Liatris (it is also called Blazing Star). Thanks for sharing.

Judy said...

Great photos, and yes, things will be blooming before you move!
By the way, have you done a post on fish recipes? The doctor has scowled at my cholesterol, most impressively, so I want to learn to cook fish.

Naturegirl said...

lovely clematis!! I do like the purple ones! Wishing you sunshine and Spring soon!

Lilly said...

Oh great shots!

Inkivääri said...

Just beautiful ones! I want have more clematis in my garden but I live a bit too cold place to them - still I keep going to try with them:)

Laerte Pupo said...

Very nice flowers.
Fantastic colors!

Carletta said...

Love the clematis! Mine is the same color.
I'm not familiar with your other one but it is very lush in bloom and pretty as well.

sunnymama said...

Beautiful colourful flowers!

Fotos da Lurdes said...

Great photos!
Thanks for sharing...