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Sunday, April 8, 2012

Muscari. My Picture of the Day



Self-planted Muscari (Grape Hyacinth) in my palm tree container

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21 comments:

  1. Very, very pretty! We have thousands of self-planted in our yard :) Thanks for sharing these!

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  2. I just love how they bloom just by chance in your pot!! Lovely...

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  3. Tatyana,
    Happy Easter to you! Lovely images, ours are already finished. Love the frangrence them have.

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  4. That first shot is simply perfect.

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  5. For such a little flowers they pack a whole lot of beauty. Happy Easter to you and the family.

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  6. Happy Easter Tatyana and thank you for the beautiful picture

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  7. Also, thank you Tatyana for your comment on my blog, I approved it, but it's not showing anywhere, just wanted to let you know that I appreciate it and delighted that you enjoyed listening to singing plants.

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  8. The muscari iis a beautiful shade of blue.Thank you for looking at my plot

    Happy Easter

    Maureen

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  9. I love Muscaris (even if lots of other gardeners don't). Thanks for the lovely photo and Happy Easter!

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  10. They are such cute little flowers! Happy Easter!

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  11. I hope you had a great Easter! Your photos of the muscari are lovely, but I am curious what the brown fuzzy, thing is!

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  12. Thank you everyone!
    Deb, that's my palm tree. Why it's so fuzzy? I need to ask a squirrel what was she doing with that poor tree. Getting fiber for a nest?

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  13. So pretty in that moss !

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  14. Self planted are the best!! Very pretty.

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  15. so beautiful! Happy St. Easter!

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  16. Hi Tatyana, I love the bed of moss under the Muscari. Very elegant. We got sunshine over Easter weekend. I hope you did too and were able to putter in your garden a little. Take care.

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  17. Oh my gosh, those grape Hyacinth are sweet and the planter is awesome! Thank you, Tatyana, for sharing on 'Weekly Top Shot.' :-)

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  18. ohhh...
    Blue always add mystery and depth in the garden.
    Those truly look pretty and the bell like shape brings temptation as to consider them as berries.
    Wished I had more blue in my garden..

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  19. Beautiful! I thought mine were all but lost this year, but I finally found a few lurking in the orchard. Spring wouldn't be the same without Muscari.

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