We are having to dash to catch the last of the crocuses (crocus or croci) as they are fast beginning to fall over and leave us to the later Spring flower arrivals. I spotted this grouping on a residential Halifax street the other day, in someone’s front garden – when we were still able to go into the city. They were also beginning to die back, but there was something that really appealed to me about the leaves criss crossing in front of them and the bright yellow of the younger flowers, with the darker orange dying ones among them. I hope this splash of bright orange and yellow cheers your day and that you have some beauty around you today in something you see or do. My taxes will soon be done and that will be a great day of release for me! Then it will be time to get out into the garden to see what needs to be done there. Hugs to all. A Flower a Day #227
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A gallery of flowers shared on a daily basis to cheer myself and hopefully you, the viewer too, during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic period.
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