Wednesday, February 25

And the Oscar for the most photographed flower in February is ...




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  1. A worthy winner. They're all dressed beautifully for the red carpet.

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    1. Or even the green carpet, Jo :)

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  2. And why not. They are stunning.

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    1. Especially at this time of year, Jessica

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    1. Very pretty, I agree with Jo, a worthy winner x

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    2. Sarah and JO, he snowdrop put up a bit of a battle though.

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  4. Incredibly beautiful and they pose so perfectly.
    ~~~Deb
    p.s. serving as a gentle reminder that mine seem to have disappeared!!!

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    1. Oh dear that's a shame, Deb. I seem to have lost our two hellebore niger plants.

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    1. Especially being so close to the house, Daphne where we can enjoy them in the warmth,

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  6. Last February we went to a nursery specialising in Hellebores and were astonished to see they come in such a range of colour shades from golden to virtually black, and in so many different plant habits (short and squat to tall and stately). A favourite plant of the season.

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    1. We bought three primrose coloured ones and three nearly black last year SandD but they were only small plants and haven't yet flowered - maybe next year.

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  7. Each and everyone, beautiful. You forgot the picture of the Oscar ;-)

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    1. Fancy forgetting that, Bren : -)

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  8. They are the real winner in this season I think. So colorful and beautiful!

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    1. They certainly brighten up the end of winter Endah

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  9. They deserve to be awarded! Such a lovely flowers

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  10. Looking at those pics I can see why, exquisite! 1,3 and 4 are totally gorgeous.xxx

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    1. You seem to go for the doubles, Dina

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  11. Lovely photos Sue...I really need to get back into wordless Wednesday!!

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  12. I've just bought a pink one with freckles called 'Tutu' - I can't believe I never used to like Hellebores - and even though they are quite expensive to buy they do seem to last forever when they are in flower.

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    1. I bought mine as a collection of young plants a few years ago, Elaine so the cost was reasonable and since then they have also self seeded.

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  13. Veritable stars all of them Sue :)

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