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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Playing With My Hyacinths. Part 2



 





 
Part 1 'Playing With My Hyacinths Indoors' is Here

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23 comments:

  1. Pięknie się pobawiłaś Twoim białym hiacytem i są cudowne zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam.
    Beautifully have fun and your white hiacytem are wonderful pictures. Yours.

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  2. Lovely to show the white hyacinth in different ways. It looks wonderful outside with the dragon.

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    1. Thanks, Janneke! I love to take pictures of my plants and bouquets with that dragon. He is very handsome!

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  3. Love them, of course. Have some that I bought from the store. I don't have too much luck having them in my yard. I live in the woods and they have never done well. So, I sort of gave up on them.

    Is that your dragon ? Where ?

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    1. JC, thanks! A don't plant them in the garden. I think they look better in mass, and I don't have a space for a mass of hyacinths. The dragon is in my garden behind the house. He is cute, isn't he?

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  4. How utterly beautiful just one white hyazinth can be! I love the photos in front of the dragon and with the moss at the bottom of the plant. Thanks for sharing!
    Christina

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    1. Christina, thank you! Fortunately, we have a lot of moss in our garden!

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  5. Beautiful captures! I love the last one too...hyacinths are the most wonderful indoors...thanks for sharing these!

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    1. Nancy, thank you for visiting! I like them indoors since it's so easy to force them to bloom.

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  6. A photo shoot! So pretty.
    I'm trying to force a hyacinth in the house. I started late so it's behind most I'm seeing on line.
    Your container for it is very pretty too.

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    1. Garden on Sherlock Street, thank you! There were three containers of different sizes in the set, and I like them too!

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  7. Wow, such a lovely series of shots, it's had to pick just one to like! I can 'smell' the lovely scent too... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #69!

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  8. Very lovely. Are they also very fragrant?

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  9. Awww, so pretty! I'm looking forward to Hyacinth time here! I have a bunch planted here and there, and they really signify spring!

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  10. Really estatic and exotic.
    You put two combo of asian and modern together here.
    Beautiful!

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  11. Tatyana, the last photo is very nice! What program do you work with?

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  12. Tatyana, I love Hyacinths, one of the first flower fragrance which I can recall. You have pictured this white one beautifully.

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  13. Hi Tatyana
    Greetings from Woking in Surrey, England. Thank you for your good wishes. I have been very neglectful of my blog but hope to do better this year and I added some pictures yesterday
    Very best wishes
    Maureen

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  14. Your photos are so beautiful. They give me hope that my bulbs will eventually bloom once the snow melts and the ground thaws. Haven't forced hyacinths for a while, but you've inspired me to try next year.

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  15. Very pretty, but I think the point of a hyacinth is the wonderful fragrance! Don't you wish our computers had smell-o-vision?

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  16. Beautiful photos as always. The hyacinths I have in the garden must be getting too old. They barely do anything anymore. I wonder if that's possible...

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  17. I so wish I had forced some hyacinths this winter. Their fragrance is wonderful.

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