Tuesday, May 22, 2012

May 22/Nature Notes

Columbine in my gardens this week

Various columbines have cross fertilized in my gardens and I never know exactly what a new seedling will produce for blossoms.

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19 comments:

Kate said...

A perfect collection...my favorite?... the brilliant pink blossoms.

Ann said...

Thanks, I learn a new flower name today.

Kathy said...

These are such beautiful little flowers.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

GORGEOUS!! Mine are just beginning to open up. I think this is such a delicate and beautiful flower.

Sandra said...

so so very beautiful, all of these

see you there! said...

Such delicate looking blossoms.

Darla

Shammickite said...

I transplanted some columbines from my son's garden and they have turned out to be pale pink double ones... gorgeous.

TexWisGirl said...

really pretty blooms.

Gillian Olson said...

So beautiful, Columbine has always been a favorite of mine.

cieldequimper said...

Didn't know the English name, only know the German one for some odd reason. Aren't they so graceful?

Stephanie said...

Another favorite of mine. Lovely flower shot.

Rambling Woods said...

These are just beautiful and reminds me of something else I want for my garden..I added your link EG....Michelle

Susan said...

I love columbines. What pretty colors!

Nature Rambles said...

Such pretty blooms!! Lovely collage!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

How fun is that -- your flowers are getting together and giving you surprises! Beautiful pictures -- I hope to see some columbines when we visit Colorado next month -- I think there should still be spring blooms there! Columbine is the State flower.

Libby said...

That's great you are breeding all the different colors!!

I think the purple are my favorite :)

eileeninmd said...

One of my favorites, they are so pretty. Lovely and colorful mosaic.

Carver said...

I love columbine. These are so pretty. I used to have them in my yard but they haven't come up lately.

Elisa said...

Hop! I´ll put it dans mon board in Pinterest!
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