Today's Flowers



My flowers have changed a little bit from last week. My bulb has come out more, and another gladioli has flowered. These are flowers from my other house, they grow very well there, especially since our dog isn't there. At our house though, my husband cleaned up the front garden ready for the Easter egg hunts of caramel eggs. In Australia we call the white flower an Easter daisy which of course is not it's proper name.











Today's Flowers blog.

Comments

Jandante said…
Beautiful pics Linda. They are wonderfully clear!
Lovely to think of you having an Ester Egg hunt, I've never been involved in one at all.
Blessngs - Jan
Linda said…
Hi Jandante. I loved caramel eggs so much from my childhood, (they were the cheapest) that I just put some around the garden before Easter just for a bit of fun. Actually I think I cheat and let one of the girls do it.
Perry said…
Great flowers! We are in the early spring flower stage, and slugs! (Please visit my blog to see what I mean!)
Homestay Mama said…
Beautiful pictures, Linda! I'm making my way here after noticing today that you have signed up as a follower to one of my blogs!

I'll have to admit I had no idea what a treechanger was until I looked it up on a Google search! :-)
I have three other Aussie blogs I follow and find very interesting. I really admire yours, Cee Lew's and the Old Dairy's determination to reduce your carbon footprint on the earth--to reduce, reuse and be more frugal. Also, I am finding out through all these blogs that life down under is quite like ours here in the USA, but also quite different--and fascinating!

I'll be back!

Homestay Mama
Beth said…
Very pretty shots of flowers, it makes me long for them to bloom here Iflorist.co.uk
Regina said…
Beautiful blooms!
fini said…
lovely spring!i envy you as we don't have that season here... simply beautiful!
Tyra i Vaxholm said…
Beautiful pictures from down under. Really beautiful stuff!

Tyra
Kathy said…
I love your flower pictures. Now I need to go find out about treechangers!
Linda said…
A treechanger is a variation of seachanger. It just means we are out of the urban environment a little.
Virginia said…
Gorgeous photos!

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