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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Playing With My Hyacinths Indoors. Just pictures

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22 comments:

  1. I love hyacinths, especially blue ones!

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  2. Lovely photos as always Tatyana!

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  3. What a fun post! Did you do all of this in photoshop?

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    1. Outlawgardener, thanks! No, Photoshop is a rocket science for me...

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  4. Wonderful photos! Glad you shared your beauty and fun with us.

    FlowerLady

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    1. Lorraine, thank you! You have such beautiful flowers in your garden right now, and we need to get as much color as possible to compensate our grey winter...

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  5. Fab photos - I love the pronounced reflections on the glasses and bowls

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    1. Thank you, Patientgardener! I agree, reflections add some spark and interest...

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  6. With photoshop you can do such a variety of nice things. You made beautiful artistic photos!

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    1. Janneke, thanks! I'm glad you like it!!! I do not use Photoshop, it is too complicated for me. This program came with a computer.

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  7. Lovely photos, I love the fragrance.

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  8. Pomysłowe i piękne zdjęcia z hiacyntami, gratuluję. Pozdrawiam.
    Imaginative and beautiful images of hyacinths, congratulations. Yours.

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  9. Very pretty! I bet the hyacinths smell wonderful in your home, too!

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    1. Thank you, Deb! I try to have them in several rooms, since the smell is pretty intense!

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  10. Aren't they fun? I love the fragrance.

    I can hardly wait until I have real blooms, so far just buds. I switched from growing in water to growing in soil.

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  11. Beautiful! And I bet they smell heavenly.

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  12. Love the white fat roots...they look so healthy. My Amaryllis slipped down into the water....getting some rot. :-( Hoping it will finish blooming and I can plant the bulb outside.

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  13. Gorgegous! I realized I don't do much indoor bulbs and you inspired me to think about doing this! I am missing out! Jeannine

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