"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
Hospice flower Beds
i bet the bees love those.
Stunning, I have them around my garden, I split them every couple of years.
Blue is a spiritual colour and without us seeing those Agapanthus may be helping to waft spirits into the Universe x
Gorgeous - I have to get some of those.
I want to buy more
They remind me of fireworks. I love blue flowers. xx
You have great looking aggies.
Why thank you kind sir
They are bursts of joy
Gorgeous color.Thanks for starting my day with a smaile!
They made my morning, I was tired and a bit knackered, they fed my soul a little
How beautiful! It's wonderful that time has been taken and effort has been made to make the hospice grounds lovely for folks to enjoy.Hugs!
The hospice garden is gorgeous, someone (or several someones) have taken time to make it a lovely place.Seeing the hospice reminds me...when are you 'getting the goat'?? x
Watch this space ..I need to liaise with Georgious Dave
Agapanthus must love our climate here in Southern California because you can barely find a yard without a few. They are not my favorite but I love purple so they still give me a delight when I spy one or two or 15 in a front yard. One of my favorite parts of the Harry Potter series (which I ended up reading with my kids quite a few times) was when Albus Dumbledore pays an unexpected and very unwanted visit to the Dursleys (Harry horrible relatives):"It is a long time since my last visit. ...I must say, your agapanthus are flourishing."-- Albus Dumbledore to Vernon DursleyHarry Potter and the Half-Blood PrinceIt delighted my kids that he used kindness to silence stupidity.
Lol I loved that
Beautiful :) I've just bought a black one.
BLACK how wonderful
Lovely! It is so nice when the grounds of a medical facility are kept nice with lots of colorful flowers to lift the spirits of the visitors and patients and workers.
They’ve only just been revamped , I’ve watered the beds today as they were=bone dry
Beautiful John. Mu daughter in law bought me some this year and I am following instructions and nurturing them in a pot and keeping them well-watered.
Yes I’ve lost a couple in this dry spell
Gorgeous! (The flowers, too.)
My favourite plant! They’re treated as a weed here because they spread (i.e. they do well!) and you can only buy infertile ones in garden centres, but I DON’T CARE, I LOVE THEM.
My favourite flower with freesia
My mum gave me a seedling from her garden and said the colour would be a surprise as she has all colours. It's turned out to be white and is beautiful.
When I was 7 years old a little piglet spent a week escaping from his garden to trot around the street, to come to our garden and munch on our blue agapanthas.
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