Thursday, 22 July 2021

Agapanthus

 Hospice flower Beds




34 comments:

  1. i bet the bees love those.

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  2. Stunning, I have them around my garden, I split them every couple of years.

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  3. Blue is a spiritual colour and without us seeing those Agapanthus may be helping to waft spirits into the Universe x

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  4. Gorgeous - I have to get some of those.

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  5. They remind me of fireworks. I love blue flowers. xx

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  6. You have great looking aggies.

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  7. Gorgeous color.
    Thanks for starting my day with a smaile!

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    1. They made my morning, I was tired and a bit knackered, they fed my soul a little

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  8. Barbara Anne2:19 pm

    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!

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  9. 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

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    1. Watch this space ..I need to liaise with Georgious Dave

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  10. 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 Dursley
    Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

    It delighted my kids that he used kindness to silence stupidity.

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  11. Beautiful :) I've just bought a black one.

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  12. 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.

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    1. They’ve only just been revamped , I’ve watered the beds today as they were=bone dry

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  13. 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.

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    1. Yes I’ve lost a couple in this dry spell

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  14. Gorgeous! (The flowers, too.)

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  15. 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.

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  16. 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.

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  17. 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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