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Maggie Wallace

Lovely flowers! We have periwinkles in the garden at our new house (still renovating so still at old home) and now I'm inclined to pick a few next time we're there... Being in Liverpool I doubt we'll get snow this time round. Having said that I'm thinking that now we will LOL! Thanks for a cheerful post. :-)

Lynne Kovan

Lovely! I really like the idea of a simple little jar with one or two garden picked blooms. In Canada right now where there are none, but coming home tonight. First thing I'll do is pick something from my garden!!

Cornflower

You're welcome, Maggie - we need something a bit cheering after all the dreadful news.

Cornflower

Hope you find something pretty to greet you, Lynne!

Dancing Beastie

Beautiful. I too love to pick a single flower, or two, and put it in an old glass inkwell to contemplate. Wild forget-me-nots, for example: minute but perfect.

I hope your heavenly periwinkles don't mind the snow. We've had a lot in the past few days - my last blog post was just ecstatic ramblings about scarlet rhododendron barbatum in the snow, like Snow White.

Mystica

This is so beautiful. I am going to follow this.

Anza Del Amo Florist

I always have blooms on my work desk and everytime I look at it, I feel fresh and relax.

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