Saturday, February 22, 2014

Croci in the Sun



Pale croci (or crocuses) cluster companionably, lifting upwards to soak in the warm of the sun in a week that has seen howling wind and rain, frosty mornings and even snow. Fresh green shoots. Pale blossoms. Simple and lovely.

Linking with Sunlit Sunday hosted by Karen of My Little Home and Garden

 
 

26 comments:

  1. How delicate and beautiful.

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  2. Thank you for the colour. We have snow again.
    You wee Mister F is absolutely lovely.

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  3. The sight of these brave little bulbs makes my heart sing Lorrie, as I'm sure it does for you too!
    Spring is imminent now these have arrived!

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  4. Spring must be on its way!

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  5. so delicate and pretty! :)

    Deb from Homespun & Frugal Little Bungalow

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  6. Wow...and such a pretty, delicate color of crocus!!

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  7. Such softness and colour sprouting amid the rough, fallen foliage. Beautiful.

    Have a wonderful week, Lorrie!

    Poppy

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  8. The crocuses have bought me happiness on this foggy and overcast day.

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  9. splendid! I am looking forward to seeing them here...but it will be a while yet

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  10. Croak Eye ☺ blooming already? Wow. You are so far ahead of us. So very far. They are lovely, too.

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  11. So very pretty. Blessings to you this day.

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  12. I was just admiring the yellow crocuses on the blog of a certain someone in your life, and now find these lovely lavender ones on yours. I'm trying to remember the colours of those planted in my garden last fall; you're starting to make me long to see them, Lorrie. Patience.

    I hope your week is a beautiful one. Thank you for sharing the crocuses at Sunlit Sunday.

    -Karen

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  13. What a lovely shade of spring. No sign of them here just yet... its -25 as I write.
    Enjoy your beautiful day, Lorrie!

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  14. Signs of spring!!!!!

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  15. Simply lovely - ours are buried under 4 inches of snow right now.,

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  16. Tenacious little ones...lovely! Smiles...Susan

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  17. I'm only finding them in my archives, maybe I will print out some photos, and place them in the garden, to make spring jealous.

    Jen

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  18. Lucky you! They are beautiful!

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  19. Vancouver island must live in a different world! Still lots of snow here.

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  20. Very pretty. The crocus are just starting to come up here. They are such cheery little flowers.

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  21. Beautiful. You and I must be on the same wave-length.

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  22. So pretty! I see the sun is warming the earth for your flowers to come up!

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  23. Growing up in California I never knew the beauty of crocus.
    When I moved to Kansas and I saw them come up through the
    snow I was enchanted. What beautiful harbinger of Spring.

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  24. Oh- crocus! so heartening in the spring...

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  25. Oh- crocus! so heartening in the spring...

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  26. They are beautiful and so delicate. Enjoy them while you can.

    Love, Mary

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