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Suck It Up Buttercup

Ranunculus – an invasive species but I rather like the cheery yellow flower that seems to survive no matter how much it is hated.

Living Simply

Little People

Am I alone in trying to find the anthropomorphic character in a flower or plant? There is no doubt that plants are living things and that each flower is unique just as every person is unique, but sometimes there’s something in a single bloom that bears more than a passing resemblance to a person. 95 more words

Photography

Update on Impatiens, Aquilegia, Dahlia, Strawberries, Ranunculus, & Lilies

Impatiens Stardust Pink, a double Impatiens! When I woke up the flower was missing! I’m hoping the next buds will come quickly!

The Aquilegia from Big Lots is doing good, it’s red violet instead of the pink shown on the box! 180 more words

Aquilegia

Mary and Greg 4/7/18

Mary and Greg were married on April 7th at St. Elizabeth’s Church in Tecumseh. The bridesmaids wore wisteria and the men were dressed in black and white. 111 more words

Florist

Newlyweds Do Carlsbad Flower Fields

After seeing a couple of my friends post the most amazing photos from these colorful flower fields in Carlsbad, I knew I had to go! I have an obsession with flowers, mainly Peonies and Ranunculus, so this was basically the perfect place for me to visit. 203 more words

General Garden Happenings

It’s been a busy few weeks, and will be another few busy weeks ahead, so unfortunately I’ve had to clump together what should have been a few posts into a single one! 333 more words

Gardening

Constellation of flowers ...oil painting

Ranunculus are such beautiful flowers, delightfully lush! It was a joyful process to express them in paint. The title came from the idea that there was some feeling of Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” in the swirls of flowers. 92 more words

Art