Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Wednesday Vignette; good morning sunshine!


Wednesday Vignettes are hosted by Anna at Flutter & Hum.
(those left over OC&K were dispatched later the same day, if you were worried)

All material © 2009-2016 by Loree Bohl for danger garden. Unauthorized reproduction prohibited and just plain rude.

16 comments:

  1. Oh, pretty! Your cabbages are looking awfully good too!

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    1. Did you see the note about them getting tossed? They're gone now. I was so over them.

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  2. Euphorbia rigida? If I remember correctly it seems to really be a star at this time of year... or maybe that's always? Pretty!

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    1. Yes that's it! (Did the little seedling I sent you make it?) It always looks good but right now is when it's building up to the best show. There will be photos, oh...Monday is Bloomday. They'll be photos then, but it still won't be at it's peak.

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  3. Unseasonably warm here too. Not that I'm complaining.

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  4. The sunshine and warmer weather makes everything seem better! Nice shots!

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    1. They do, they really do. I have so much more energy when the sun is shining.

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  5. Oooh...what a little sunshine can doo.

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    1. Wonderful feeling, wonderful day.

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  6. I like the first photo especially because of the moss in the pavement-crack. The greens match and the texture of the pavement--looks like it has been rained on, for years and years.

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    1. Hmm, let's see...68 years! Yep...that's a long time.

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  7. I love the look of these euphorbia. I haven't been able to get them to survive in my garden. I think we are just to wet here.

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  8. Thanks for the hints of warmth. We are cold, cold, cold here in the Midwest this week. Only good thing is that will mean fewer mosquitoes and ticks. Your Euphorbias are beautiful!

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  9. Beautiful! And I like that green moss in the crack of the floor.

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