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4/23/2008

Wordless Wednesday: Seedlings

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Phlox seedlings growing slowly in the forest of grape hyacinth foliage.

15 comments:

Jenn in Holland said...

I love the beauties of spring! Lovely shot.

Deb said...

So much fun watching their progress isn't it?!?
I'm always learning something new in my garden, too :)

missus.mint said...

so green and beautiful!

Leonard Blumfeld said...

Beautiful photo!

Zoƫ said...

I just love watching new growth - it's so full of hope.

garden girl said...

Priscilla, you're such a good photographer!

Phlox is one of my favorite plants. I was excited to see the four summer phlox I planted last year, and the six woodland phlox poking out of the soil this spring.

Phlox were the first perennials I planted in the first home I owned, pass-alongs from a kind elderly gardener friend and neighbor many years ago. Phlox remind me of her. I've always grown them because I love them, and in her honor.

Neen said...

Lovely shot.

Nancy J. Bond said...

Everything looks green and lush in your garden. Phlox are so pretty.

Cindy Swanson said...

I love your blog and your beautiful pictures! The sprout represents hope and new life...I love springtime!

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Diana said...

Spring at last!

chey said...

Great shot! Don't you just love seedlings?!

The Right Blue said...

Terrific photo. Very nicely composed.

Bobbie

Karen said...

Great photo!

Vanillalotus said...

Thank you everyone for stopping by on Wordless Wednesday. Sometimes I wish I had something better to show all the time but it gets hard photographing the same things on my balcony. Thank you for all the wonderful comments on my photo they always bring me up when I'm hard on myself.

I love spring but it has already been going on here for a month or more. These phlox have taken their time growing then other seedlings I planted at the same time. I think it could just be where they are planted and with what that is making them so slow. I love seedlings and I always have many pictures of my seedlings in every stage possible.