Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Friday, March 25, 2011

Untie Your Ribbon

Fuchsia is a genus flowering plant, exotic, drooping stems and stunning hanging bell flowers....
Who says you can't grow flowers in the middle of March in Minnesota?  Come see for yourself....bounty from my kitchen shelf.... such a lovely exotic flower bearing life's most precious gift just for me....
welcome new day.......
note: flower pots designed by (2 sets) of adorable little hands just for me......!

7 comments:

Kalei's Best Friend said...

How about bleeding hearts? those are in the fuschia family.. I can't grow those- too dry and hot during the year...

Karen S. said...

Chrissy Yes! Oh bleeding hearts can grow here too...of course with everything you need that perfect touch, which is not always easy for me...I either water too much or not enough...I've been trying to keep a plant alive from my father's funeral in 2000 that is sadly near it's last breath of life I'm afraid....I've even started new growths from it...which have also failed...

JJ said...

It has been a treat for us living in a warmer climate where we can grow plants outside. In New Hampshire, like Minnesota, everything that flowers begins life indoors. Nice plant, Karen.

Elizabeth Rose Stanton said...

Very pretty...and impressive for this time of year in MN! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving your kind comment my mouse-with-his-whimsical-umbrella post. I'm glad that you like :)

sage said...

Beutiful flowers... good to you for brightening up Minnesota's late winter

hpicasso said...

all you need is Love...all you need is Love...
all you need is..........

Peace, hp

thank you for your kind words Karen

darlin said...

Karen, I love Fuchsia's... I hope that this one does amazingly well for you and I'd love to see it again outdoors when and IF we ever get summer! lol Enjoy your weekend!