HOW DO I LOVE THEE …

Let me count the ways.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 … 51 … 73 …964 … I’m getting tired.

Are we there yet?

COUNTLESS | THE DAILY POST



Categories: Flowers, Gallery, Home, Photography

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  1. Lovely bloom……………!

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  2. Marilyn you have a way with flowers. One more beautiful than the next

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  3. Wonderful time of year. Have a great weekend, you two.
    Leslie

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  4. Your garden is certainly having an exploding time at the moment – beautiful flowers.

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  5. I bet you have countless photos of your garden. Wonderful selection of images

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    • I do have many pictures — no two the same. The garden changes, even though I haven’t planted anything new in a long time — except this year, I planted milkweed for the butterflies. Those pink columbine were originally planted more than 10 years ago, but suddenly, this year, they’ve taken over the garden. They must have loved all those cold nights and rainy days. I don’t see any sign of roses this year. I think they may finally have all died, though they were doing pretty well last year. The lilies have invaded, however and the rhododendrons have some back from near death. No explanation, but the display keeps changing.

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  6. Omg what beautiful flowers ! I really liked your bleeding hearts. Of course rest are equally attractive.

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    • They are actually Solomon’s Seal. I think they are probably related, but these are wildflowers. Normally these grow in the woods, often in deep shade. Since we moved here, whenever I’ve found them, I dug them out and moved them into sunshine where they have thrived and grown huge. They are at least twice the size that they usually are in the wild. Solomon’s Seal originated in your part of the world. It’s native to Asia, India, and Tibet. I’m not sure how they got to North America. They used to be endangered, but have recovered. They also have medicinal uses and can be ground into a kind of flour, though I’ve never tried — just read about it. A very interesting plant. It’s also got some “magical” properties, supposedly.

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  7. Nice interpretation of the prompt πŸ™‚

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  8. You had me at number 382.

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