Very good and beautiful picture Lesley.
Very nice photo Lesley !!!
Lovely flower and excellent composition !!!
Bulbs that no doubt came from Holland John! Some good stuff developed in your country!!
Downtownmagic So glad it gets your approval my friend. :-)) I value your opinion so much.
Hugs to both of you, Lesley
Yes, here they are, what we call emperor's crown! Beautiful photo, Lesley. they are wonderful in yellow and in orange with their decorative leaves. I have taken some new photos of them as well in a farmer's garden, but not uploaded yet. Mine are not so professionally standing out like yours, but together with some other flowers and with a fence on the back, thus looking less noble as their relatives in Arley Hall. ;))
Warm wishes, May
A very stately shot dear Lesley It is really giving meaning to the naming of these plants :))) Warm wishes, Peter
Good photography and beautiful colors
Dear May........I'll just go and delete mine now :-DD.....
(I can't wait to see it. It sounds very beautiful!)
Peter so good to 'see' you again :-)) I am waiting for your images of Fritillaria imperialis to appear. I think it is wonderful the way we all began with Snowdrops, followed by Eranthis, Anemones, Pulsatilla, Daffodils and now the Bluebells are appearing. What a community :-)))
Very best wishes to my lovely friends, Lesley
Good heavens, Lesley, by no means! I am not sure if I will upload mine, since I saw yours... Warm wishes to you and Peter!
May, I couldn't resist saying that (I was joking) - you must upload it. I am so looking forward to seeing it - It is fun all of us uploading the same plant/plants :-))) PLEASE
I'm glad you liked it 乾龍! The little girl on your signature photo is beautiful......is she a member of your family?
Kind regards, Lesley
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