my what beautiful words you share...so delicate and beautiful...
Marvelous, marvelous. Stunning words and I thank you.
Such eloquent speech!!
no need for words! lovely, every one!
all images to die for, but if I had to die it's the second one I'd take with me!
Oh sweet jesus these are beautiful! If I had to choose (like Dave) I will take the purply-blue iris (4th) or the rho - rho.
Oh my gosh!! So beautiful!!HugsSueAnn
clematis...iris...everywhere I have been visiting this evening is awash in flowers. We are waiting-waiting-waiting...for sunshine and warmth.
Truly lovely photographs of exceptionally beautiful flowers, Tabor.Annie at the Transplantable Rose
You've been having great fun with your camera I see :)That first clematis - oh my! So beautiful, but aren't they all?Your spring blooms are pure delight and I'm happy to know your garden is providing such joy.In answer to your question - most of the tulips come back each year and I try to plant more each fall. Some were passalongs last fall, and a few previous years, from the head gardener for the Clark Foundation in nearby Cooperstown.
Beautiful flower photos Tabor. - Dave
mmmm... I can smell the gorgeous fragrances on the breeze....
Gorgeous. The first two make me feel ticklish.
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