Flower’s All Around


A2Z-BADGE [2016]

The best part of spring is watching the flower’s pop out into their beautiful blooms, and seeing the beautiful array of flower’s surrounding your yard. The spring is the most wonderful time of the year because it is not too hot, and not too cold. The beauty of the outside world is something that you cannot escape. It is a time to sit down and enjoy the beauty that the world has to offer.

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These only bloom once a year and it is the beauty of watching the blooms pop out for the short time that they are around. They are beautiful to put around your house in the front side of your flower bed to enjoy while the bloom last, which is not long. However, they are pretty to look at throughout their lifespan.

Flower’s just bring some peace and serenity to yourself. You can literally just sit around admiring your flower’s all the time and get lost in the book that you are reading when you are surrounded by such beauty.

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The beautiful Periwinkle’s that grow all around the yard create a beautiful array around your property. Although when you try to transplant them into different parts of your property they do not last. They eventually come back the following year but for the moment you should leave them where ever they come up.

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Here you can take food coloring and add it to your water then it goes up the stems of the flower and create’s a beautiful outlie on the outside of the flower’s petals of this Wild Daisy.

End of Month – June 2013


I love this article. The flowers are beautiful. I enjoy looking at the beautiful flower’s that other people have in their gardens or outside of their houses. It is nice to have a array of colors to look at and enjoy.

Gwirrel's Garden

Hard to believe it’s July already, I’m unsure where the year is going, but I am enjoying it. The weather has been exponentially better than last summer, and still a nice mix of rain and sun. Enough rain to keep things happy, enough sun to keep them happy and not too hot that the blooms are over in mere days rather than weeks.

Last year I decided not to have any of the purple Foxgloves this year, the whites don’t seem to self seed or don’t come true when they do… So I sowed some ‘Apricot’ seeds that came with an issue of Garden’s Illustrated… What a waste of time, they’re purple just like the normal ones and stumped, with few blooms. Guess it pays to stick to the robust wild ones, after all they’re such prolific seeders for a reason.

Harlow Carr is dwarfed by Thistles, in the foreground…

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