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Beautiful! Enjoy, Sue 🙂 🙂
I am doing, and this morning another iris has opened….
Yay! I love watching that 🙂 🙂
what a gorgeous display – perfect for spring
They are! Makes me smile, looking at them
Ah good, another bunch to watch in their decline 🙂
And not even a tiny bit dead!
I’ve only had them a couple of days!!! 😆
I love how you are sharing your bouquets with us, Sue. A good case of ‘added value’.
Thanks, Tish! I must take more, because the tulips are even better now…
Tulips are so wonderful aren’t they – the way the move around in a vase.
They are, but on has gone a bit rogue!
Another gorgeous bouquet photo by Sue 😀 😀
I am trying to appreciate tulips once they open. I am not there yet, but like your photos of them.
Thanks, Elizabeth…..here’s to your increasing appreciation of tulips!