Tuesday, April 27, 2010

My Favourite Flower


This is the time of year when my favourite flower blooms.  Some people (that would be you Mom) think they are a bit of a weed because they spread so readily.  But I think the lowly forget-me-not is divine.  It is the perfect shade of blue and compliments all the other spring flowers in the garden.  

They looks amazing with red tuilips:


And with yellow daffodils:


And with purple lamium flowers:


And they even look great on a towel.



And between you and me, they're not very difficult to grow.  What's there not to love!



Linked to Sweet Shot Tuesday at Life with my 3 Boybarians

11 comments:

  1. If they would grow down here I'd grow them too, I think they are wonderful, happy looking little flowers. They do look great with all the other flowers blooming in your gardens. Enjoy.

    FlowerLady

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  2. You did it again Grace!!
    Boy that brought back memories. My old home in Niagara was filled with forget-me-nots and I loved them! Actually I have "forgotten" about them until now! They are a lovely flower and offer hope that warm weather is on its way!

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  3. I love taking flower pics! These are very pretty!

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  4. Oh, lovely!

    I aspire to lighting that beautiful.

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  5. Beautiful flowers. I especially love the blue flowers!

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  6. Beautiful flower photos! The blue is especially lovely! My flowers are one of my favorite things photograph. Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving your wonderful comment! :-)

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  7. Very pretty! Blue flowers are some of my favourites.

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  8. I miss having forget me nots in my garden. I've tried planting the seeds a few times but they didn't take. I had no problem at my previous house and they did spread like crazy. I should try it again!! Love your pix!

    -heather

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  9. I love forget me nots! They grow wild in my parents yard!

    Kat :)

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  10. Gosh, they're all so gorgeous! I'm struggling to find some still half decent flowers in our garden with the chill starting to set in..I've currently got some beautiful apricot roses in the kitchen, but tulips like yours are my favourite..Rxx

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