Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Wordless Wednesday - Nestled Up



19 comments:

  1. Beautiful picture. Lets hope the rain dries up soon so they can warm up and un-nestle!

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    1. Thanks Su. It is warming up so maybe they might not need to cuddle up for much longer.

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  2. Such pretty flowers, over the years mine have come and gone. This year, a wildflower mix of a few years ago has finally produced one flowering plant just opening now - must collect the seed this time :-D

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    1. Yes they do funny things don't they Shirley producing all sorts of unexpected treats as well as the occassional eyesore but those are easy to extract :) Hope that you remember to save some seed.

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  3. Something's gone wrong with my aquilegea this year. Apart from one fancy purple variety, only insipid pink ones have flowered. Such a disappointment because they are amongst my favourite flowers.

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    1. Oh what a disappointment Esther. My favourite 'Nora Barlow' seems to have petered out this year and I most sad about that :( Aquilegias are amongst my favourite flowers too - so easy to grow and the slugs do not like them :)

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  4. Nestled up and huddling together, I don't blame them in this weather.

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    1. I think that nestling up has been the best course of action over the last few days Jo.

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  5. Lovely shot indeed - do you know the name?

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    1. No sorry Annette - both the aquilegia and the geranium have arrived of their own accord - seedlings from other plants in the garden :) Can always send you seed though no guarantee that it will turn out the same as I've got other aquilegias close by.

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  6. Gorgeous. I want a skirt just like that columbine. :)

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  7. Skirt or Grannies Bonnet, beautiful which ever it wants to be

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  8. Those colours!!! I was absolutely gobsmacked at the combination! I would have this as a screensaver if it was my photo.... it's absolutely stunning!

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