Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Down the Primrose Path - Wordless Wednesday




23 comments:

  1. @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.

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  2. I agree they are pretty, thanks for stopping by my blog, Frances

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  3. 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.

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  4. @Island Threads Thanks, Frances. I am glad you stopped by, and I enjoyed my visit over at your place.

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  5. @Kristi I am so glad you figured it out. If you want more info...they are evening primroses, onagraceae. Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. 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.

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  7. 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.

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  8. 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.

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  9. wonderful series of photos, thanks for zooming out for us!

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  10. What a charming 'invitation' to wander down the path! I love the look.

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  11. Ah, so pretty! I love the garden path!

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  12. oh how lovely to have a path full of beautiful primroses

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  13. @Debbie What an interesting observation! You are right!

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  14. @Jessica It leads to the front garden of my beloved castle. :) (I can dream, can't I?)

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  15. @Karin / Southern Meadows I planted only a few, but they have spread on their own. I always look forward to them in the spring.

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  16. @Stratoz I am so glad you enjoyed them. Thanks for stopping by.

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  17. @PlantPostings Thanks...they have spread all around the path.

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  18. @Shyrlene Thanks, Shyrlene. They are rather inviting. Thanks for stopping by.

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  19. @Donna They are a welcome joy for spring. Thanks for visiting.

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  20. This is beautiful. I keep meaning to dig some of these up from my mom's house. How easy are they to transplant?

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  21. @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.

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  22. I have some of those blooming now, too. I like the way they line your path.

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