Pretty bluebells! Do you have them in your yard?I love the way the 'wood' tile looks. I hope you give us updates on how it feels underfoot, care etc. Bet you didn't know you're an outpost of Consumer Reports.....Ha Ha!
Hi Suzi, thanks, yes they were planted by the previous owner here and are naturalizing. Once I walk on it I'll post a photo and let you know, that will be in a few days.
Gorgeous, and I notice the difference the lighting makes on the color of bluebells. Not on the pots, but I wonder...
Hi Barb, thanks, I took the photos in the light cube and I adjusted the color and brightness automatically with corel. The pots are actually the color that is shown and the flowers are just about right, the photo of the flowers in the garden is in direct sunlight and I think it may cause them to be a big pale as the sunlight shines through the flower.
Pretty little flowers.
Hi Joanne, thanks, using the vases for the flowers makes me realize on the narrow mouthed ones to make the opening to face up and not to the front so the flowers don't drop to the front.
They look wonderful in your vases... beautiful!
Hi Turquoisemoon, thanks, I am glad I made these small vases as they are perfect for a small bouquet with even the diminutive bulb flowers.
Looking good. Very good.
Hi Sue, thanks, there are so few blue flowers, these are wonderful to see growing here
We have just one tiny patch of bluebells here at the log cabin. I think they don't get enough sun to spread.
Hi Michele, thanks, I'll have to keep an eye on them to see if they develop seeds to save some, we shall see.
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