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
Thank you for all this beautiful color today. You give me hope for spring. And your header is wonderful!Hugs, Gail
I love all the colors. Those are my favorite hyacinths!
You do have lovely colour in your garden!Hyacinths are beautiful for scent and colour too,I have primroses and grape hyacinths and pansies at the moment and they provide a lovely splash of colour to look out the kitchen window!
HOw wonderful your spring blooms look Jennifer. It does seem like a very, very long time in between blooms. LOL! Your hyacinths are so pretty and I wish I could smell the fragrance.Have a wonderful week.
I love your cheery colors. Spring has certainly taken her sweet time this year, hasn't she?
hoorah - spring has sprung! i love the colour, nothing better than yellow to say 'hahahaha, winter is over' :)
A couple more weeks and I'll have some color in my garden too....can't wait!!
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Oh wow! Those bulbs blooming are so vivid and lovely! I am going to have to plant more hyacinths....
Fantastic, a garden full of blooming blubs. Great jobs and a delight for the eye.
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