Wednesday Winter Sprouts

The temperatures has been in the 50°s and high 60°s here lately. The daffodils, lilies and rose are trying to make their yearly debue. Unfortunately, the temperatures are rumored farecast to start dropping and the new growth will probably be bit back. Fortunately, the temperatures will warm up again soon and the new growth will began again.

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Wishing you all a wonderful Wednesday!

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Ornamental Tiger Lilies

a-IMG_5223These flowers are ornamental Tiger Lilies and precious heirlooms to me. They came from seeds that my Mom gave me a couple decades ago from her own ornamental lilies. Mom’s ornamental lilies came from seeds given to her by her Mom from her ornamental tiger lilies. As close as I can figure, this line of ornamental tiger lilies has been in my family for probably 90 years or more.
c-IMG_5423I’m always anxious each year waiting for the bright orange blooms to burst into full color. It makes me smile to see these living beauties of love from my Mom and Grandmother.
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I hope you all have a pleasant rest of the week.
🙂
spgrnbgln

Monday Mix – 6-9-2014

0-IMG_2654Our Birthday Boy spent most of the weekend playing and napping with his new toy. Turning 2 must’ve wore him out. lol Shelibean is such a cutie-pie when he’s napping. 😉

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After the storms left, I spent a great deal of time outside. I took a lot of photos.
Here’s a few of them:
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None of my peonies bloomed this year. 😦

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I hope you all had a pleasant weekend
and you was able to enjoy the great outdoors.
Wishing you all a wonderful week!

🙂

spgrnbgln