Ah so beautiful, are they all blooming now?
La floraison de votre jardin est une symphony parfumée de couleurs ravissantes.
I always think Vancouver has the most beautiful spring of anywhere but it seems Seanhenge is a formidable competitor.
CherryPie,yes. All are blooming now. Only the tulip(s) are withered - except of my favourite that's to be seen in the first Hymn to the Night. :)Claudia,thanks in the name of the flowers for such a poetic com(pli)ment.jmb,you'd not find the breathtaking surrounding scenery of Vancouver, but once you focus on the individual flower(s) ... yes: there's a lot of amazing beauty and magic to be found in Seanhenge. :)
Oh my - such beauties.The 'don't know' flower is a Spanish Bluebell - there are many in my yard. :)
For the sake of accuracy, please, allow me to say 'symphonie' au lieu de 'symphony.' Your flowers (as their magic gardener) have multilingual ears. Merci!
Lovely!Thanks for sharing.:)
Janice,When Chris from God-free Moral (via email) and you say so it must be right. :)Thank you very much. Actually, I thought it was 'a kind of a bluebell', but was not sure.And with 'a kind of bluebells' I was closer to the English name than to the German which I did only learn afterwards: Hasenglöckchen = hares- or bunniesbell. :) Claudia,as they would be telling me seveal times per day, the flowers just do love accuracy. :)Ardent,glad you eyes liked what they saw.
Ha! Ha! You're so funny, Sean.I hope your flowers are not as fussy as the rose of St-Exupery's Little Prince. :)