This is why Sunflowers and Black Eyed Susans are special. Their cheerful color greeted me this morning when I went out to the garden and I was reminded why sunflowers are known as happy flowers. I think the bright yellow Black Eyed Susan could be called the same.
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Primary colors are the three basic colors from which all others are mixed. You can’t make these colors by mixing any others together.
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This is the Kalanchoe that my husband gave me after he made a fast visit to our local grocery store. It caught his eye, and no wonder with its beautiful color. Continue reading
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Tagged colorful, easy, Gardening, indoor plant, succulent |
Does an Amaryllis blooming in May mean too many Hallmark Christmas movies? Continue reading
Meet Beak, the Ty Baby Kiwi. Continue reading