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I know it’s truly spring when the little blue faces of Chinese Forget-Me-Not appear all over the yard and garden. Flower means True Love.
Yes, Lizanne, there are blue flowers! Lots of them.
Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’ macrophylla Perennial. Good woodland garden plant. Will naturalize. Grows 18” tall and wide. Flowers: Airy, light blue with yellow eyes. Leaves: Silvery heart-shaped with green veins. Part sun to full shade. Keep soil moist. Deer Resistant. From … Continue reading
Iris (Siberian Fleur-de-lis) Iris Siberica Planted Perennial bulb. Oldest known flower. Symbol of eloquence, power and majesty. Greek for rainbow – iris. Three parts of the blossom typifying faith, wisdom and valour. Planted 1978 Use: Dried root is orris root … Continue reading
January – cold, dark mornings, misty afternoons, rain, rain and more rain. But there you are blooming, noticed only by those with heads hung down like mine. Blue beauty, a lovely gift to my drippy day. Bless you primrose. ©Sharron … Continue reading
Boreal Bluet Enallagma boreale
cirriform wisps floating through rayleigh scattering, barely visible but to each other, on our way to seventh heaven. ©2017 Sharron R. McMillan
Another beautiful day in paradise.
There they are! Sweet blue forget-me-not blooms remember, warm spring days, sun on your face and the scent of moist dirt in beds full of flowers. I really do think it must be spring. ©2017 Sharron R. McMillan
Ah that feels good!
This old blue jug is an anchor to the little girl I once was and also a picture of the woman I have become. It sat on our cupboard full of milk tokens and Nabob coupons during my childhood. Packed … Continue reading
The Periwinkle Flower’s Message Is: Reach out to make new friendships while remembering the past fondly. Hold on to the things you cherish for as long as possible.
“I’ve got dreams in hidden places and extra smiles for when I’m blue.” ~Unknown
Grey clouds hang around tree tops threatening to keep the sun under cover. The sun has won. Clouds blush at being so naughty, blue sky smiles its triumph. ©2016 Sharron R. McMillan