More To Come........
March! *I know!!*
Great photos. How are all those curly-wurly edges on those plants. Fantastic?
Beautiful pics as always Naomi.
Yes the year DOES seem to be flying by.... before I know it - it will be fall again. With my job i'm just anxious to see what changes lie ahead! Best to you dear!
No doubt, your photos are beautiful and I'm glad your flowers provide you with so much enjoyment. It's good to have beautiful nature all around.
I wish I could crimp the edges of pie crust to look as pretty as that!
Brilliant photos Naomi!!
Hi Naomi, very pretty, love the textures, as well as the colors. As always thank you for sharing. Am on cloud 9, my car which was over due for inspection, and I was sweating it thought would need a $300+ break job. Happy Dance...Am good to go. Now will be able to please others on my list of to do's... It's very pretty here today, the snow that VV received missed us this past week. Instead we had 3 days of single didget temp. But today the sun is smiling on us and it's about 45 Happy Happy, needed some warmth and sunshine.:)
These truly are beautiful. Every time I see a succulent with lots of color, I want to bite into it, even though I know it would likely taste bad or be poisonous. Must be an oral fixation left over from my baby days.
The year has gone so fast already Naomi !
You made those succulents look lie candy ! How lovely...
How are you and the cats doing today ?
When really coming close to our fellow plants and flowers, then we realize how beautiful they are.
It's a pity to many human beeings do not understand or ignore the beauty of the complete nature and accept homo sapiens are only one species among the millions here on our scarce planet.
btw. Your comment on Suzann's latest post gave me a whole new dimension (and very positive) about you, my dear Naomi.And we received a gift from her today, which is posted on my blog, of course.
T and A
Stunning photos, Naomi! They are gorgeous and these succulents looks to me so desirable...looks yummy... I have the desire to eat them... they looks gelatine... Lol!
I love March. Am looking forward to your beautiful flower photos!!
They certainly creates a lovely pattern Naomi :) Looks good to wear them too.
I've replied your email from office because having problem with my hotmail this morning. YES!!! I'll be happy to meet Seemah :D
Wonderful blog, I enjoyed reading your posts and pictures. Keep writing.
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Naomi, it almost looks like coral at the bottom of the sea...but softer!
Very beautiful and as you said lush. Great photos as always
Beautiful plants. I love looking at flowers.. My husband wants to build an area where we can have plants all year round here and be able to sit and read or just be together in this area off the house sometime. Not sure when but sometime.
These plants are fascinating. In fact they look almost surreal in a way. They have such wonderful colours and texture. Y'know Naomi, I actually wish some foods looked as attractive as this! LoL :)
It reminds me of ribbon candy we had at Christmastime as kids. The color really gives me a lift and the curls make me happy.
Lucious frills and furbelows!
If it's possible for a plant to be sexy then that one sure fills the bill:)
.... or perhaps ruffles?
Love the colours and the textures. It reminds me of a tropical undersea coral. Luvverly.
Hi Naomi, thanks for your visiting and I am sorry that this time Google Translator was not accurate... Thanks so much for your hard time and attempt to decipher this post... Anyway, I am glad you like this post.
Have a nice weekend!
A big hug to you and to Sweetie too. See you soon.
Oh Naomi, this is beautiful!! Kind of like ruffles around the edges, and what a lovely color! Your plants are amazing!!
I also can't believe it's March already. The time just goes so quickly! Where does it go?? They say the older you get the faster it goes, and I think they are right. It sure seems to go faster for me all the time.
I love, love succulents! And you always have the most gorgeous.
I'm finally back! Please come say hi.
As always, beautiful. The pictures you share of your gardens are some of my favorites. So different from what we have here, so always a joy to get to see something new and different.
These are beautiful. And the color reminds me that spring is on the way!
I tried to comment on this beautiful post before...but it never published. :(
I love the pink and green combination in these photos. It reminds me of Monet's home in Giverny (the pink one) surrounded by all the greenery.
You have the most exotic flowers in your garden, Naomi. If I were a butterfly, I'd flutter in your yard forever.
I had never seen these plants until you started posting photos of them and I think they're my favorite now. I like the lack of "leafy" leaves. They are sensuous looks plants, if you can call a plant sexy!
What beautiful photos really l0ike them thanks
Those colors are so lovely and feminine. :) I love all your posts, but I love your plant posts the best. :)
I hope you're doing ok... I worry about you.
I have just the photo's of the plants and descriptions up at my place. I have a few with the descriptions you might want to enlarge though to read the plaques.
Crimping sounds like a good description to me.
I think it also resembles the bottom of a frilly dress.
The colors are so warm and lovely. It's calming just looking at those wonderful photos.
I love how the still image draws us in closer to examine the beauty in a detail we don't when we just walk by.
I was near California Cactus in Pasadena today- but they were closed or I would have checked their stock for some of this beauty.
what pretty colors and crimpled edges. nature's still out there if you're in the right place.
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