Gotta Garden

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Wordless Wednesday



Naturegirl said...

Lovely spring flowers!
We have yet a blanket of snow covering our garden and the weatherman predicts {{SNOW}}on the weekend!Think I'll pack up and head back to Florida!
Thank you for your generous comment on my site!hugs NG

A wildlife gardener said...

Beautiful Spring flowers! Where I live in Scotland, our temperatures are 2 degrees at the moment, so our daffodils and grape hyacinths will not be in bloom for another few weeks yet.

Gotta Garden said...

Hi naturegirl! I meant it! Welcome back...although I know it must be a hard transition!

Hello there a wildlife gardener! So nice to see you! I must be honest, I just saw my first grape hyacinths yesterday in my own garden. These are from a display at a recent flower show (Philly). One day, perhaps, I will have such a lush display...and, of course, have the bulbs cooperate and bloom together for!

I so want to visit Scotland! Possibly in 08...just possibly. At any rate, I can come visit on your blog! Exciting!

Thanks for coming by!

Yolanda Elizabet said...

What happened to the wordless bit of this wednesday? :-) Last weeks was far more in keeping, don't you think? And we were both so eloquent without the use of any words. ;-)

Got your pretty garden boots yet?

BTW Cute kitten alert on Bliss!

Kate said...

Words cannot do justice to the beauty of the grape hyacinths & daffodils!

Beautiful picture ... I like Wordless Wednesdays!

Gotta Garden said...

Ha, Yolanda Elizabet! Now, I ask you really think we are the wordless type??! But okay, I acknowledge a breakthrough...however short lived!

And, no, I am still trudging along without style in my dirty blue shoes. Whatever will I do.

Okay, I'll be over later!

Hey Kate! It is a great idea, isn't it? Too bad some of us (me) are simply unable to contain ourselves! hehe! But, I try. And, besides...they didn't send me a rule list or anything (not that I would have read it).

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