Peggy C

Peggy C

Posted on 02/21/2014


Photo taken on February 20, 2014


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The Winter of 2014
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Violet


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Soon to be Spring ..

Soon to be Spring ..
- a collage of beauty
- how many more ?
- wonders
- they shall be
- wonderfully enjoyed
- and shared with you ~

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- from Better Homes and Gardens website:

Violet

Viola

Who can't help but adore violets? Their cheerful "faces," often whiskered or otherwise marked, brighten the dreariest day in spring. Use them at the front of beds or borders as edging plants, as bedding plants, in containers and window boxes, in herb gardens, in wild gardens and in rock gardens too. There is a multitude of forms, many now winter hardy in cold climates, in all sizes and colors. Cut back straggly stems and deadhead routinely to prolong blooming. They self-seed freely, but are not invasive. Violets do best in lightly shaded places in soil that remains moist.


- but some call them Pansy .. seems to depend on what one reads -
- both are beauties !

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Pam J
Pam J
Awakening from the soft sleep of Winter.. who kept them safe in her heart.
4 years ago.
Ceropegia
Ceropegia
Can't wait. thanks for this breath of spring after all the dreary cold weather we have had here.
4 years ago.
Dick M
Dick M
Another nice collage.
4 years ago.
Peggy C
Peggy C
-- thank you ! Hope Spring will arrive soon for us all (except those parts of this world that it won't)

---hope that makes sense, Tash ~
4 years ago.