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May 13, 2009


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I think there are more than a few new words for most of us there! Here the common name for those flowers is grape hyacinth. And that looks like friendly little bluebells cozying up next to them, your spring isn't so far behind ours then. Really lovely birch vases that you've made :)


Just like Joanie said, there are a good bunch of words I didn't even know the existence, ahah ! I so love muscari as well, spring flowers have a special place in my heart. Your organized collections with stones & horsetails are so splendid & would make such gorgeous prints. Have a great day, Margie. xoxo


our lawn is full of muscari flowers right now, but i never knew what they were called before. i love your photos!


love this post!


It's a whole new language to learn, Margie! And how did you know that I was reading every single word in that botanical description anyway? It's pure poetry. My favorite one is "racemose." ;)

Your collages are lovely. I was thinking just yesterday what a gift it is to see how you put things together in your nature collages. So many beautiful connections that I would never have imagined!


They're my favorite spring bulb, too, and fortunatly, we still get to look forward to them blooming in our garden this year.
Thanks to you, after seeing these pics over on Flickr, I was pulling weeds the other day and seeing horsetails in the garden in a whole new light!


i know what lies in the shadow of the statue.....

what a crazy ending to the show! i cannot WAIT until next january to see how it all wraps up.

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