I'll be heading out later to pick the daffodils knocked down by last night/this morning's snow.Jane x
Random thought: I once read that you can preserve daffodils by submerging in laundry powder until they dry out - have never tried it - not enough washing powder to spare!
forget me nots. they look pretty in a small jug and last for ages.Sft x
I have some in my lawn flowering. They spread fast.
Flowers? Out there? ?
well, pretend, you know - I do have an odd daffodil.
Love your new painting - adding the white really makes a difference - it's so full of colour. Funny you should say that about which flowers to pick and brighten up your home - see my new header!Guess where I got them???:)
Must be to do with weddings! Yes, white makes a bit of a splash I think will play around some more.
We don't have very many flowers yet. Your painted blooms are so pretty! I like the outlining.
Forget - me - nots are all that's available in the garden right now, for me! But that suitsOkay,...I love their mix of blues and mauves. Your mixed flower silk painting is just lovely.Lily of the Valley smells heavenly, doesn't it? Soon there will be a patch, (semi-wild) in my woods, I have to ration myself to just a few... Flower - fairy hug, xxx Hazelnut
Thankyou Alex, I do like the scent of Lilly of the Valley, hope you will take some pics when your patch flowers. I think we can all be forgiven for picking just a few!
I love your paintings! the colors and shades are beautiful!I love the lilly of the valley..they were my Moms favorite and remind me of her.I am your newest follower.pls follow back if you can.
Thankyou for following! and welcome. I will pop over for a visit.
hang on - quick rewind ... did you say mom to 8? !!!
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