Wordless Wednesday: While some things change, others remain the same…

Iris suaveolens.
Muscari macrocarpum ‘Golden Fragrance’.
Adiantum venustum.
Bergenia cordifolia.
Happy Macavity the Cat.
Vinca minor.
Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’.
Ranunculus ficaria ‘Brazen Hussy’, Helleborus orientalis, Doronicum orientale.
Fritillaria meleagris.
Pregnant Helleborus.
Fritillaria meleagris.
Mona waiting for the sun to return.

15 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: While some things change, others remain the same…

  1. I enjoyed your wordless flower pictures and especial your cats Macavity and Mona. You have already more flowers than we have, our Fritallarias and daffodils are only showing buds. It is long waiti9ng for spring weather this year.


  2. I love the Narcissus! as these plants do not need much care and attention. However, when they have finished flowering they should be dead-headed in order to encourage good seed production within the bulb.


  3. Macavity just earned the privilege of returning to my room upstairs after months of being restricted to the main floor. Now I write here, from my bed, with two black cats looking at me and another at the foot of the bed on the floor. Cat herder? Maybe.

    And at least Irises don't shed so much on my white bedspread. What was I thinking?


  4. I am always drawn to some of the species Fritillaria, but have had no luck with them for some reason. However, my Brazen Hussy is finally getting to some size, I almost wish it was as vigorous as its invasive parent.


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