FLOWER OF THE DAY PLUS SQUARE AND SPIKY MARCH DAY 3 – Marilyn Armstrong

Day Three – March Spiky Squares!

More Blooming Cactus – FOTD – o3/04/2019

Snow falling tonight and I’m hoping we won’t get as much as promised. I guess I’ll know in the morning. Meanwhile, it’s snowing pretty heavily out there.

We might get up to a foot, but I’m hoping for less. Please.

My cactus is blooming more than I’ve ever seen it bloom before. I have to assume that after this, it’s going to want to sleep for a while!

Lots of pointy parts because … it’s a cactus.

Flowers!!

This last one isn’t square, but I wanted to show you the whole plant. I think it actually looks better “in person.”

The full flowering plant and it’s going to get better … so many buds.

Happy spiky, jagged, pointy, bristly, serrated, prickly, spiny, and barbed’ squares!



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9 replies

  1. We had a Christmas and an Easter flowering cactus back in the UK, so there was usually one of them in flower. 🙂 🙂

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  2. We had a great winter for a month and a half. Then February rolled in and we’ve been in the deep freeze for a month.
    Yeah, can’t wait to look at some flowers!

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  3. Oh so perfect for both challenges. 😀

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    • It suddenly crossed my mind that it really IS both of them and I’m not stretching my limits. And … I have more. Also, I have an orchid coming in, but it will be a couple of more weeks till I see buds and another few before full flowers. And with 18 inches of snow on the ground, I think we have some very buried crocus out there.

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