Color and Light Inspirations in Jewelry – My Creative Journey
So beautiful! And I'm a bit jealous, as there is still snow in my balcony. :)Have a wonderful week, sweetie! ;)xoxo
Thank you, dear Jana :)!Have a wonderful week too, and I hope spring reaches you soon too :)!!!xoxo
I love this flower!
I thought they are Hyacinth, but I guess they are something else - anyway what a gorgeous color! Lovely photos Anna!!! XOXOXO
Thank you ladies :)!Yael: well, yes, they are from the Hyacinth family, these flowers are a spontaneous variety that grows usually in wine-plantation areas (in German it's called Weinberghyazinthe), many years ago they just appeared spontaneously in my flower pot (I think the seeds were in the soil) and they've been thriving since then and showing their precious little flowers every spring!xoxoxoxo
They call them Grape Hyacinth here and to me they almost smell like wine...love them!
Oh thank you Teri, that's great to know :)!
Hi Anna,Very nice photos. Must be great pleasure having them on your balcony. The scientific (Latin) name of the flower is Muscari.Uri
Such lovely pictures of Blauwe Druifjes in Dutch! I love the several pitures of them...the sunlight...thank you for sharing, Anna!
Thank you Uri and Nancy for sharing more info about these lovely flowers! Great to know the names in different languages :)!
Oh this husband of mine - he loves flowers, so he had to check!! :-)He told me to look here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MuscariHave a wonderful day Anna!Yes, Teri is right!
Thank you Yael and Uri :)!I'm going to check right now!!!Have a wonderful sunny day, dear Yael!
what a beautiful gift from Spring!just today i planted poppies and daisies on my balcony..!!!xoxoxo
Yes, Mother Nature has so many gifts in the springtime! I LOVE spring!!!
Ther are just amazing! real spring!!!
Yes, such amazing beauty from wild flowers!!!
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