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Titania Staeheli
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Planted in my orange corner.  I love the brilliant orange of this Bougainvillea teaming well with an orange Ixora, daylily and  crucifix orchid. Complementing a small orange setting and a few orange hued, simple decorations. ...
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One of the later flowering Camellia; the flowers are very big with a bold golden center. I think it looks cute and a wee surprised with its crumpled looks, Its petals not perfectly formed like it got up late, a little dishev...
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Have you heard about a Neapolitan tradition called the caffè sospeso meaning "suspended coffee". A person who might be feeling generous, or thankful because he experienced some good fortune, would order a sospeso, paying for ...
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Change in all things is sweet. Aristotle Change is sweet, a garden with its  seasons is the perfect backdrop for change. It changes with the wind, with the sun and with the rain and in the cold climate even with the ...
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Left-wing German politician and former finance minister Oskar Lafontaine had some harsh words for the US on its politics concerning Russia and Ukraine. He has also called on the EU to oppose Washington.
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There be many kindes of Cranes-bil, whereof two were known to Dioscorides, one with the knobbly root, the other with the Mallow leafe. (John Gerard, The Herbal or General History of Plants, 1633)   I like to think that pe...
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Planted in my orange corner.  I love the brilliant orange of this Bougainvillea teaming well with an orange Ixora, daylily and  crucifix orchid. Complementing a small orange setting and a few orange hued, simple decorations. ...
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One of the later flowering Camellia; the flowers are very big with a bold golden center. I think it looks cute and a wee surprised with its crumpled looks, Its petals not perfectly formed like it got up late, a little dishev...
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Please a "sospeso"; an old tradition;
Have you heard about a Neapolitan tradition called the caffè sospeso meaning "suspended coffee". A person who might be feeling generous, or thankful because he experienced some good fortune, would order a sospeso, paying for two espressos but only drinking ...
Have you heard about a Neapolitan tradition called the caffè sospeso meaning "suspended coffee". A person who might be feeling generous, or thankful because he experienced some good fortune, would order a sospeso, paying for ...
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Change in all things is sweet. Aristotle Change is sweet, a garden with its  seasons is the perfect backdrop for change. It changes with the wind, with the sun and with the rain and in the cold climate even with the ...
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There be many kindes of Cranes-bil, whereof two were known to Dioscorides, one with the knobbly root, the other with the Mallow leafe. (John Gerard, The Herbal or General History of Plants, 1633)   I like to think that pe...
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In the nature of things; Never get tired of admiring the simply, lovely Nasturtium. appearing in the garden in winter like  clockwork. ☼ Days do not need to be filled with excitement all the time, simple pleasure...
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Bougainvillea varigated orange;
bookaboutflowers.blogspot.com

Planted in my orange corner. I love the brilliant orange of this Bougainvillea teaming well with an orange Ixora, daylily and crucifix orchi

Camellia; Pink Gold;
bookaboutflowers.blogspot.com

One of the later flowering Camellia; the flowers are very big with a bold golden center. I think it looks cute and a wee surprised with its

Please a "sospeso"; an old tradition;
titania-everydayblogspotcom.blogspot.com

Have you heard about a Neapolitan tradition called the caffè sospeso meaning "suspended coffee". A person who might be feeling generous, or

Pink Abutilon; Malvaceae;
bookaboutflowers.blogspot.com

Change in all things is sweet. Aristotle Change is sweet, a garden with its seasons is the perfect backdrop for change. It changes with the

Geranium; Lady of Spain;
bookaboutflowers.blogspot.com

There be many kindes of Cranes-bil, whereof two were known to Dioscorides, one with the knobbly root, the other with the Mallow leafe. (John

Winter "blues" in the subtropics.
titania-lavenderandvanilla.blogspot.com

In the nature of things; Never get tired of admiring the simply, lovely Nasturtium. appearing in the garden in winter like clockwork. ☼ Days

Winter pretties; azalea;
bookaboutflowers.blogspot.com

Azalea; Little girl; I am always surprised how urban people are, far removed from planting anything. Some look at plants like they were alie

Then Came May (part II)
voiceinthegarden.blogspot.com

May's garden continues. Part I is here. How fun was this? Several years ago, the National Association of Realtors asked to feature this phot

Ode to a cabbage;
titania-lavenderandvanilla.blogspot.com

The Kitchen garden; I, the best ever cook, with a degree in coleslaw making, my secret with a dash of this and a pinch of that, a drop or tw

Poinsettia; show offs in June;
bookaboutflowers.blogspot.com

Every climate, every season has a change of flowers, this is so great and generous about nature. Ts ©Photo mygarden/Text Ts Book of Flowers