Red roses are on sale everywhere for Valentine's Day.
And some rather strange floral arrangements as well.
The sun shone, AT LAST, and we worked in the garden.
Himself did some drastic pruning on the Bramley apple trees
and I planted my new roses.
It was a LOVEly day.
It must be heaven to feel spring in the air.ReplyDelete
Happy Valentine's Day!
Two sunny days in a row, Steve! I'd almost forgotten what the sun looked like. We've had a bonfire with all the garden debris that has been waiting for a dry day since last October (in conjunction with a wind that doesn't blow over the village!) Oh joy.Delete
All of the blooms are lovely! I hope you had a bloom-filled Valentine's Day.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Bonnie, we had a lovely day grubbing about in the garden, where everything promises!Delete
Love the colours and variety that you have captured here today.
Happy Valentine's Day.
I liked your Valentine's Day post, Hostess and was pleased to note that everyone liked the heart stone best of all. I hope you had a lovely day.Delete
The roses are lovely, but the daffs and the blossom are just gorgeous. Lovely photos. JxReplyDelete
Don't you think that the spring flowers are so uplifting because they're telling us that the growing season is starting and better weather (ever the optimist!) just around the corner. My friend, Heidi, bought me the pussy willows weeks ago; they last and last.Delete
Wishing you a great time in France.
lovely post :)ReplyDelete
Hello Alicia, and thank you. I always love to look at the flower stall and shop displays. Valentine's Day was a good excuse to take some photographs.Delete
Your post is very beautiful, I'll appreciate your work because I(floralmachine.com) can see this lovely after long time.ReplyDelete
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