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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

New Year's Eve blooms

 Christmas poinsettia still going strong.


 It wouldn't be winter without cyclamen. 


 Or pansies.


And more pansies.


 'Double Radazz' Knockout rose.


 'Monkey Business' rose.


'Cherry Nymph' amaryllis - too late for Christmas, just in time for New Year's.

From my house to yours this New Year's Eve, may 2014 be your best year yet and, most importantly, may your garden flourish! 

6 comments:

  1. Wonderful blooms Dorothy. I hope you and your husband have a safe, healthy and happy New Year.

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    1. And the same to you and yours, Jayne. Have a wonderful New Year!

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  2. I couldn’t agree more, I have different varieties but have all on your list, flowers in the winter is just as important as in the summer! Happy New Year!

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    1. They may be even more important in winter as they help brighten gray and dreary days. Happy New Year, Helene.

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  3. So pretty, Dorothy! Happy New Year! All of these are striking plants and personal favorites. Cheers!

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    1. And same to you - a happy and healthy New Year!

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