Kia hora te mannoKia whakapapa paumamu te moanaKia tere te KarohirohiMay the calm be widespreadMay the sea glisten like the greenstoneAnd may the glimmer of summer dance across your pathways
Glads and snapdragons? It's time for snaps here, the glads....long gone. I have some weird stuff going on around here too...my pear tree is blooming!!
Oh la la! Some pretty blooms!
Seems a welcome suprise following your time at the salt mines.Scott
What a beautiful scene to find during these cold damp days!
I hope you are able to get out in the garden more. I have had the week off, but had appointments and also have been fighting a headache, so I haven't been in the garden much. I did go out and enjoyed taking some photos today.
Hi Jennifer~~ Well I can understand the Kaffir lily and obvioulsy the snapdragon is a stalwart but Gladiolus? Its internal clock must have already fallen back or maybe sprung forward. At any rate, it looks like a wonderful surprise.
How nice to see blooms when it is so yucky here now! Your may just keep me going a while longer~
It is so nice to see the gladiolus. They are lovely, especially for blooming so late.
Wow, great blooms. Isn't fun to find these surprises?!
Gladiolus ? They can only grow 1 season at my place which is a pity as they look good during Chinese New Year
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