June 23, 2019

A Tiny Floral Teaser

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Do you know where I was last weekend? If so, leave a clue. If not, take a guess. Good luck!

Here are some hints:

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It was a beautiful place! I plan to share more about it in the weeks ahead...

26 comments:

  1. I can't wait to read all about your CO trip.

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    1. It's hard to know where to start. But I do know the Columbines were large, healthy, and colorful. ;-)

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  2. They were all lovely...So good to spend time with you.xoxo

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    1. Yes, they were, Gail. It was fun to explore the locale together. :)

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  3. Beautiful Columbines! The next to last is especially pretty!
    Have a wonderful week!

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    1. They were certainly colorful and healthy. Enjoy your week, too!

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  4. Hmmmmm - have to think about that for a bit ;)

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  5. Yes, I was there too! : ) I love columbine. I grow Hinkely's yellow and am going to try some other even if they aren't suppose to grow here!

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    1. It was great to see you guys again! I only grow Eastern Red Columbine, which is native here. But I love them all!

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  6. Columbines ... I am looking forward to finding out. :-)

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    1. You will be happy to know, and to know what is to come next year!

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  7. I googled "Columbine Park" and up comes a park in Boulder Colorado. That's my guess because anything you read on the internet is always right.
    Jeannie@GetMeToTheCountry
    PS: If I am right, do I win a Million Dollars?

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    1. OK, you get 5 points. LOL. Yes, Colorado, and near Denver. My next post explains it more. :)

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    2. Can I cash my 5 points in for a million dollars? (I am negotiable and will settle for half a million).
      Jeannie

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  8. It was like the Columbine capital of the world.

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    1. Yes, indeed. I'm such a Columbine fan, although I didn't feel like I was taking enough pictures of them. My camera probably would have been full of them if I hadn't held back a bit. ;)

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    1. Yes, I so agree. And they're so large and colorful in Colorado!

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  10. Beautiful! I have never seen this plant before

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    1. Oh, you are missing out, Endah. If you ever travel to a temperate region (various species are found in North America, Europe, and Asia), I hope you'll have a chance to see some.

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  11. They are all so lovely. I grow a few different ones each year, you can never have too many.

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