Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Wordless Wednesday




Snowy Morning Today

16 comments:

  1. Love the photo Suzi! The contrast of the snowy cold and the blooming impatients if lovely! I brought some of mine in this year but our kitty Bonnie thought they were for her enjoyment and proceeded to destroy them!

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    1. Hi June.....What is with cats and summer flowers? The only ones I can keep are on high shelves. The large planter I had on the floor bit the dust. It's also interesting to chew on nasturstiums, bamboo, and pineapple....as for papyrus, it has to be hidden away in Proge's studio......YUM! Salad!

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  2. Oh, how nice is that?
    Pink is my color of the day!

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    1. Hi Meredith....Pink is a great winter color! Or spring...or summer...or fall...yes I am fond of pink!

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  3. Great photo, makes me feel warm.

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    1. Hi Lori...I love feeling warm and summery when it's winteroutside!

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  4. Dearest Suzy,
    Lovely impatients and I had to laugh at keeping them on high shelves. For several years I only have a few houseplants in our veranda; very limited due to feline invasion.
    But we love them!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  5. Hi Mariette......I have a wall of plants shelves. Kitties (so far) don't eat Christmas Cacti, so they go on the lower shelves......everything else is out of reach. There's something so cheerful having marigolds and impatiens in bloom when there is snow outside that it's worth the effort.
    We do love our 4leggers don't we,

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    1. Hi Gary....I think we have more on the way!

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  7. More snow on the way, but your flowers are just beautiful. xox

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    1. Hi Corrine.....It looks like a really messy week end is coming!

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  8. those must be indoors right, what a contrast

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    1. Hi Linda.....That contrast is one of the things I like about indoor summer plants in winter!

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  9. Ahhhhhhh a bit of green and pink against the snow...... delightful! We are knee deep here with more on the way! Think I will go water the indoor greenery and start a tray of alfalfa sprouts :)

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    1. Hi Sandy....Indoor gardening helps keep me going through the dark winter days. We have a stormy week end ahead of us!

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