Thursday, June 17, 2010

Flowers, flowers....

Ready or not summer is around the corner.  Just a sign that it has arrived; the lillies are from my flower beds.  What started out as a single leftover lilly several years ago has grown into this huge lilly.  I love the pink color. 



I added an tiger lilly a few years later and now that one is spreading into another big one.


Enjoy and have a great rest of your day !!

6 comments:

  1. We have a Lilly festival out here in Washington near the city of LaConner. But we don't call them Lillies. We call them Tulips. Your tulips are beautiful.

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  2. Jude --I am SO glad I found your blog!! Your flowers are beautiful. I'm going back after I post this comment to read some of your past posts. Just wanted you to know I've appreciated your comments on FT-L; I've had trouble finding an address to get back to you.

    Thanks again -- back soon.

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  3. These are just so pretty!
    Dee Dee

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  4. Your "Lillies" are beautiful and no, we don't call them Tulips in Washington. I'll be talking with Tom about the differences.

    I didn't know that Lillies multiplied. This is exciting, because I have some and hope they expand.

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  5. You would know by now that I LOVE lilies! Yours are beautiful! I share some with my mom, and she shares with me. I could have them everywhere. We have a "Turk's Cap" lily that grows wild here that is breathtaking. It's orange, and some have the freckles, but I love the ones with just that beautiful orange color. Thanks for stopping by:-)

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  6. We have a lily patch in the corner of our yard but the blooms have become far and few between. I wonder if it is too crowded. Yours are beautiful ~ perfect, cheerful colors . . .

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