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Thursday, May 17, 2007

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hookiemama

Your garden and your yarn is beautiful.

Some flower names I like: (some of these may have different names in the USA)

marigold, snap-dragon, freesia, fuscia,
redhot poker, lupin, lobelia, bluebell, virginia creeper, phlox, buttercup, foxglove,
geranium, herb robert,primrose, scarlet pimpernell, violet,belladona,honeysuckle, wisteria, lady's slipper.

lynne

Your garden photos are just beautiful, Kim. Let's see...some of my favorites? Lady's Mantle, Johnson's Blue Geranium, Iris Little Caesar, peony, of course, Stargazer Lily...I could go on and on.

kathy b

Jack in the Pulpit.
morning glory
moon flower
trumpet vine
Christmas cactus
vinca blossoms
holly hock

Laurie

Bluets! I so love your pictures of the garden populations. So pretty. Congratulations on the graduation of your youngster. Such a proud time for mama and papa!

Cheryl

My favorite flower names: Bachelor's Button and Bleeding Heart. The runners up are zinnia and dalhia.

Wool Winder

Spring is the best time of the year in my opinion. I really enjoyed your pictures. Congratulations to your daughter on her graduation.

Kate

I love the word : forsythia. And I love the flower/bush. I also like Lily of the Valley...

Teyani

what fabulous flower photos... okay, so flower names:
Lady's Mantle, columbine, dahlia,black eyed susan, calendula, mexican hat, coreopsis, painted daisy, peony.. oh I could go on and on.

scribblearts

Anemone, eglantine (also called sweetbriar), honeysuckle, fritillaria, wood violet, lady's mantle, euphorbia, Siberian iris, yarrow, astilbe, trillium

Chris

Iris, Lily, Bee Balm, Coreopsis, Purple Cone Flower, Mountain Laurel - ok, I guess that's enough names.

Manise

Duh, I'm slow- you already named these ones! Sorry.

Manise

Forsythia, dandelion, hosta- for the middle one, forget-me-not for the one on the left and solomon seal for the one on the right. I also love sweet pea flowers. Pretty Spring flowers!

DebbieB

I love Pansies!

That 'Goldenrod' is especially lovely.

Beth S.

Wednesday was lousy anyway--I'm glad you got your walk in on Tuesday! ;-)

May I suggest forget-me-nots? They're my personal spring favorites.

susan

How about Woodruff. I have tons of that in my yard. And there's always Lamb's Ear; Somewhat appropriate for hand-dyed yarn.

Teresa C

My favorite flowers are hydrangeas. I know, boring. But that is what they are. Do you have a purply/dark pinky/blueish one going?

elizabeth

Lovely! My favorite flower names are datura, baptisia, osteospermum "Whirlygig" (it's worth the strange google hits to see this funky flower), and ranunculus. I like strange flowers with strange names, apparently!

Sue

Thank you for the walk through your garden ~ oh so beautiful!

Ruinwen

OMG your bleeding hearts are so lovely! :)

I love nasturtiums. My favorite style is the Empress of India; which is a vibrant red. And you can eat them too! :)

margene

Snapdragon comes to mind. Your flowers are so beautiful! Ours are disappearing quickly.

joan

My favorite flower name is Love-in-a-Mist...

Carole

Your flowers are gorgeous and I'm jealous of the bleeding hearts. I had one of those years ago but it got squashed when we put on the deck and it never came back.
As for favorite flower names, how about Jack in the Pulpit?

joan

My favorite flower name is Love-in-a-Mist. It sounds pastel, doesn't it?

anne

oh i love all the new colors (must knit more socks so i will need some of them) and your bleeding hearts are FANTASTIC. mine were only so-so this year . . .

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