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Saturday, April 28, 2012

Flowers for Leontien

Dear Leontien,
I took a walk to find wildflowers for you.
You have to look closely to see these tiny treasures.

Pussytoes


Kinnikinnick
Isn't that a fun name?
Today the bees were really working those tiny flowers.


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13 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

THANK YOU for posting these tiny beauties to add to her bouquet today! :)

Annette said...

Pussytoes -- love that!

It's me said...

O yes….Leontien need this !!!..love for all the blog girls who give her flowers today !!…glad you did this….love Ria…xxx…

Louise said...

Beautiful flowers. I have not seen them before. They should go a long ways towards cheering Leontien up.

Jim said...

I like how these grow in patches like that! They look so delicate but are so hardy!

sophie...^5 said...

Gees, the last one has a funny name...kkkkkk....love it!

Buttons said...

It is a fun name and Leontien's bouquet is incredibly beautiful with them in it. B

sonia a. mascaro said...

Gorgeous and delicate flowers!

Nancy said...

I wonder if I could grow pussytoes here in Nebraska. They are so pretty!

Thank you for your support in joining us at Flowers for Leontien.

Beth said...

lovely shots. (:

Dreaming said...

I just checked out the 'Flowers for Leontien' link and over 220 bloggers sent her flowers. Isn't that wonderful?
I love your wild flowers. Although I had heard the name, I didn't know what Kinnikkinnick was until I read your post. I have always loved those cute, bell-shaped flowers - now I know! I want some for my yard!!

sonia a. mascaro said...

Hi Terry,
Thanks for your visiting and comment!
I agree with you, Ferdinand Cheval's masterpieces is really stunning!

Thanks for the link to the Bishops Medieval Castle, I had never heard of this Castle before. It is just amazing too!
I have been thinking to do a post with this artist and also with the artists that Naomi and Vagabond comment about. I will let you know...

Jess Schira said...

Great pictures of flowers I've never even heard of before, much less seen. Very nice.