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TableTop Garden Update...



Seems I have to wait for the best to bloom last. My favorite Spring Flower is the daffodil. The all yellow [none of the hybrid colors...the original. ---the bud, seen 2nd down on the right or, 4th in the series]



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  1. Wow, it bloomed so fast!! My fav so far is the deep pink bloom.

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    1. It was really pretty yesterday. A lot more blossoms.

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  2. The first picture with the drops of water is so beautiful ... I love all the spring flowers!
    And some smell so good!

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    1. A wee bit of rain fell early in the morning.

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  3. tulips and daffodils. If that doesn't say spring, I don't know what does

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    1. 💐🌱💐💐🌱💐

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  4. How beautiful! We love the cheerful daffies too!

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    1. I bet you do!! You two have the sunny disposition of Spring!!

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  5. Your tabletop garden is coming along cheerfully...so pretty and promising that life goes on in spite of the downfall's.

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    1. It's something that brightens the day, to be sure.

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  6. It is that time. I noticed daffodils reaching for the sun all over yesterday on my drive to town. Love them in a table top garden. A lot of ours are ditch residents here.

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    1. Oh to see them along the roadside, would be SUCH a treat

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  7. I would love to have a pot of Jonquils, that is what we called Mothers. never even new the word daffodil until I moved in the Yankee Hubby

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    1. My dad, the gardener he was, called them jonquils too...South Dakota native.

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  8. What beautiful photos and it sure looks like spring! :)

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    1. I wish spring would last thru the summer....hehehe

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  9. Love your pretty photos. I like the beads of water all lined up, and your gorgeous daffodils!

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    1. It rained for a short time before I took photos of the blossoms.

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  10. Beautiful springtime blooms! It will be a long while before I see mine in my gardens.

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    1. Patience. By the time you have spring flowers, we here will be cooking in the steamy days before summer even hits!

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  11. I totally agree! The large plain bright yellow daffodil is my very favorite spring flower. I have to wait a bit, though.

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  12. A beautiful floral display with so much color! The King Alfred daffodil is my favorite. I was shocked to see daffodils emerging from the ground yesterday. Some snow still is covering the bed.

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    1. I will have to Google your preference of daffodil

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  13. Prettier by the day. I like how the tulip's leaf protected the bloom at first! The classic yellow "countryside" daffodils are my favorites, too.

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    1. They can't be beat by any of the hybrids!

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  14. Happy daffodils... what a gift of spring! ~Andrea xoxo

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  15. Daffodils and tulips are two of my favorite flowers. Thank you so much for sharing.

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    1. Bud likes tulips,
      me?...prefer daffodils!

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  16. Oh I love daffodils too...yes the yellow ones only.
    Trees around us are beginning to burst into bloom. Its such a pretty time of year but my nose isn't too happy.
    Sue

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  17. Daffodils and tulips - surely beautiful signs of spring.

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  18. Yes daffodils are my Spring favourite :)
    Lovely photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  19. I love Spring flowers! They bring such joy and cheer when winter is done.

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  20. These are all so pretty. It is fun to watch the plants grow aand produce flowers, whether in a tabletop garden or outside.

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    1. ...more fun outdoors in a garden, flower bed, or fields. 🌱

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  21. We go out into the world in search of our dreams and ideals. We often put what is at hand in inaccessible places.

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  22. My favorite is the daffodil too! We had a bunch of them planted at our old house! I used to cut them and bring them in whenever I could!

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    1. Oh yes, to be able to bring them indoors as a bouquet!!

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  23. Oh my, how jealous I am of your gorgeous spring flowers. Mine aren't even peeking out yet. It's just 35 degrees here today! Your's are beautiful to behold! Wishing you a grand weekend!

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    1. When you have your spring we will be entering our days of "boiling" temps.

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  24. Hi, me again. I love your canvas treatment on the pelican picture at the beginning of this post.
    Simply lovely.
    Sue

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    1. Thanks Sue!! I just "made it" this morning.

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  25. It looks like Spring really is just around the corner. Love love your pelican. Will you share how you got that that feathered texture? Is that an oil? Its wonderful!

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    1. I don't have the URL here on my phone. When I get back on the computer I will make sure I tell you. Okay?

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  26. I just love your flowers. Now tell me how was it that you got the three large drops of water to stay still and not roll down into each other and vanish into a puddle. lol

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  27. Love your treatment of the framed pelican!!! It's one of my favorites of that particular app.

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