Sunday, May 31, 2009

Tulips


32 comments:

Gabbi said...

Pretty pinks, I love tulips...xo

gracia said...

Those cup-shaped flowers are forever stealing my heart.

Robin said...

Tulips are my favorite.
They look lovely.

Robin
http://threadbearthoughts.blogspot.com/

Beth said...

Lovely.
The tulips in my garden have come to their sad, droopy end.

(glad you enjoyed my list of books)

Kwana said...

I love tulips so much. Thanks.

Deidra said...

Lovely. So lovely.

Debra said...

Gorgeous! You always have a special way to brighten up a Monday morning. I have some beautiful roses today- stop by for a peak!

abigail said...

beautiful.
I already miss my tulips.

Annie said...

Beautiful! Who could want for anything more?

miss cavendish said...

So pretty. They almost belong in my "pink houses" post (happy insects live in flower homes, no?).

Marci said...

Preciosas fotos! elcolor de la flor es tan especial...

A World in a PAN said...

So delicate!

Anonymous said...

lovely tulips...i am envious with the spring weather you are having since...it is 14c today (and was 10c) yesterday...brrrrr.
nancyxx

sølvi said...

the perfect color pink:-)

Savvy Mode SG said...

i adore tulips, esp big pink ones.

Aurélie Muller said...

vous avez raison, les chapeaux a voilettes sont les plus beaux!

andrea tachezy said...

Lovely, tender tulips!

Joyce said...

The tulips look like velvet. Very pretty!! xoxo

Emz said...

Those are such gorgeous pink tulips! I don't know why I love them so much!

Mary-Laure said...

BETH - it's wonderful you grow your own flowers... I'm hopeless with plants.

MISS CAVENDISH - I suspect these tulips could house some very happy and hungry bees indeed.

NANCY - I can only encourage you to visit me here in balmy California.

JOYCE - yes, their texture is very special, delicate and soft.

jane said...

i love tulips! have a great week!

artycho said...

Ilove them too! Here is a top tip that you may already know, is to give them very little water (4cm) to avoid them from growing and withering away to fast!

Mary-Laure said...

ARTYCHO - thanks for the tip, I had no idea!

n a t s u m i said...

I am so happy that I can still see some tulips!! Thank you!! ox

Bee said...

Not long ago, I had some beautiful pink (just a shade darker than these) and pale green tulips in my garden. Now they have been replaced by tall purple allium!

Your blog is beautiful! Thanks for visiting mine, too.

d i a n a m u s e said...

M-L: I can always count on you for supreme loveliness, no matter how much time goes by between visits. I've been away for some time. So glad to visit today! The tulips are so pretty.

marie said...

beautiful!

amuse me said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love these pictures of tulips. I enjoyed reading some of your other posts. I'll be back! :) M

mardi said...

The fiddleheads....

They tasted woody - kind of like asparagus but earthier, dirtier...

Il faut dire que je les ai jamais vus en France lorsque j'y habitais... Ni en Angleterre, ni en Australie for that matter Je sais que c'est assez rare et on peut les acheter seulement aux mois de mai et juin ici à l'Ontario, alors c'est peut-être un truc Canadien...?

Mary-Laure said...

BEE - I'd love to have a garden and grow flowers...

DIANAMUSE - you haven't been around in so long, it's great to have you back!

MARDI - I must find out more about those fiddlesticks... Merci pour tous les détails.

easytravel said...

I like this flower,very beautiful like you.... thanks for share.see you on my blog.thanks again

sa said...

I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.