A Week of Flowers:Day 4 – 25/11/2020

Cathy at Words and Herbs is spreading cheer and sunshine this week (22-28th November) by posting daily flowery pictures. She has asked everyone to join in if they can, to combat Lockdown, Covid and other stresses and worries. You can do one post or seven posts or seven posts of montages of your favourites (colour-coded, chronological or themed in some other way).

I am a slow starter, this is my first! Hope that you enjoy these rather bright, glossy tulips:

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Why not join in and play it forward!

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15 Responses to A Week of Flowers:Day 4 – 25/11/2020

  1. Cathy says:

    Gorgeous – don’t know if you’ve read my contribution, but it was my tulip pictures that I lost. So lovely to see yours!

    • Such a shame. You are probably right about a ‘Western’ kind of problem. We copy files to the ‘cloud’ and I assumed them safe until the mirroring setup went wrong and we (temporarily luckily) lost half our baby pictures. I remember admiring your Tulipa whittalli ‘Major’ when you posted about them in the spring.

  2. Cathy says:

    Spring is in the air! 😉 Your photos are beautiful Allison. There are several tulips popping up in posts today. You have a really lovely selection. I do love all the bright and blousy ones, but T. turkestanica always stands out as one of the most elegant and natural. Thanks for joining in today! 😃

  3. pbmgarden says:

    Glad you joined in today with your gorgeous tulips!

  4. Robert J Jr. says:

    A lovely slideshow of floral beauty!

  5. Eliza Waters says:

    Nice share, Allison! Gorgeous tulips… I’m esp. loving that wine-coloured one, so rich!

  6. Annette says:

    Oh yes, spring is definitely in the air here – lovely, cheerful selection.

  7. March Picker says:

    Great selection, Allison! Many of us seemed to be yearning for tulips today. Aren’t the doubles fun, too?

  8. Cathy says:

    Tulips – hurrah! And if we have all planted ours then we have them to look forward to again 😊

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