The butterfly counts not months, but moments, and has time enough. - Rabindranath Tagore
Such a pretty springtime path!!
@Julia@PolkaDotGaloshes Thanks, Julia. Although they grow through the pavers and around them, I can't help but appreciate how lovely they are at this time of year.
I agree they are pretty, thanks for stopping by my blog, Frances
My boyfriend has been obsessed with these flowers for years but we never knew the name of it. It's a popular landscaping plant around here. Thanks for solving the mystery.
@Island Threads Thanks, Frances. I am glad you stopped by, and I enjoyed my visit over at your place.
@Kristi I am so glad you figured it out. If you want more info...they are evening primroses, onagraceae. Thanks for stopping by.
Isn't it funny how the flowers are so soothing when viewed singly or upclose but are so happy and 'springy' when viewed along the path.
Lovely. What magical places must the path lead to? It must be a fantasy castle or an enchanted castle. Well maybe not, but it is fun to pretend.
I think it makes your path look very whimsical. So pretty! Our nature center had these growing in their grass and it looked really fun.
wonderful series of photos, thanks for zooming out for us!
What a charming 'invitation' to wander down the path! I love the look.
Ah, so pretty! I love the garden path!
oh how lovely to have a path full of beautiful primroses
@Debbie What an interesting observation! You are right!
@Jessica It leads to the front garden of my beloved castle. :) (I can dream, can't I?)
@Karin / Southern Meadows I planted only a few, but they have spread on their own. I always look forward to them in the spring.
@Stratoz I am so glad you enjoyed them. Thanks for stopping by.
@PlantPostings Thanks...they have spread all around the path.
@Shyrlene Thanks, Shyrlene. They are rather inviting. Thanks for stopping by.
@Donna They are a welcome joy for spring. Thanks for visiting.
This is beautiful. I keep meaning to dig some of these up from my mom's house. How easy are they to transplant?
@Ginger They are a very tough little plant, and they spread very easily. Once you get them established, they are pretty much care free. Thanks for stopping by. The blogger problems erased a lot of the comments here.
I have some of those blooming now, too. I like the way they line your path.
'I see trees of green, red roses, tooI see 'em bloom for me and for youAnd I think to myself, what a wonderful world' --What a Wonderful WorldThank you for visiting The Sage Butterfly blog. I enjoy reading your charming reflections very much. Have a great day!
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