Six Word Saturday: Some examples of nature’s Vernal bounty

For Six Word Saturday  and Thursday’s Special, some colourful flowers:

21 comments

  1. Gorgeous all. Particularly the flamboyant tulips.

  2. Very vernal and very arithmetic! Thanks for your 6 words and those wonderful colours. Have a great Saturday Sue

  3. Very nice, Sue. It does seem like Spring has arrived. Except it is May, so running late…
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. We’re almost there (finally!) here. At least our greens are green. And the trees are just past budded, moving on toward leafing. We could use some of these marvelous colors, though. Maybe next week, eh?

  5. Lovely way to start (well, not really start, but enhance) my morning. Have a wonderful weekend.

    janet

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  7. Mmm, lovely! I can almost smell them. My favourite image here is of Wisteria. Thank you, Sue 🙂

  8. Exactly so! 🙂 🙂 I’m back on the laptop now and I thought you might have a 6WS up your sleeve, Sue 🙂
    We had our garden fences renewed last year and a bit of a rehash of the garden so we’re still finding things in strange places. What prompts this remark is that I discovered a wisteria that I didn’t even know we had, the other day. Holding out high hopes. They’re lovely, aren’t they?

  9. Love the wisteria too and how nice to see ‘normal’ flower portraits from you Sue, not at all what I expect 😀

  10. I can smell the wisteria from here!

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