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Weekly photo challenge: wish

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I wish I had planted up more tubs like this – I’m pleased with how it has turned out.

Weekly Photo Challenge

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13 thoughts on “Weekly photo challenge: wish

  1. Elaine, that’s simply beautiful. What are the orange and red flowers? They complement the daffodils wonderfully.

  2. Aw, so pretty, and welcoming. I love the mix of the auriculas with the daffodils. They work so well together, and suggest a kind of cheerful happy conversation between them.

    Whenever I see them teamed together like this I instantly begin to sing that song from the (Walt Disney) Alice in Wonderland movie … “Little bread-and-butterflies kiss the tulips. And the sun is like a toy balloon. There are get-up-in-the-morning glories. In the golden afternoon” … because they remind me of the scene where all the garden flowers are singing.

    FABULOUS photo Elaine. Love it.
    ❤ ~ Cobs. x

  3. Love it! Each spring I tell myself to put some crocus and other spring blooms in a pot that can be covered with a metal grid to keep critters out, because they either steal or eat every bulb but the daffodils. Maybe this fall ill actually do it.

  4. Oooooo! That’s a really nice tub indeed; well well done and you must be so proud 🙂

  5. You can never be sure quite how things will turn out when you stick things in the soil but that’s a gorgeous display.

    • It’s always such a pleasure when things turn out well. In the autumn I had put some winter violas and these primulas in the pot. I was disappointed with the violas – they didn’t really come to much – but the primulas are making up for that. 🙂

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