May 21, 2014

AGAPANTHUS ...

Dear readers, this week, A is for Agapanthus which is bursting out all over here in gardens   
             








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Enjoy!

NORA & LOLA:)


16 comments:

Jenny said...

These are such absolutely spectacular flowers!

I wonder if they would do well in a cut bouquet?

That colors is delicious, too, isn't it?

Thank you for linking.

A+

carol l mckenna said...

Magnificent colors and photos for A ~ xoxo

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

There is a similar flower that blooms in the early spring in the high mountain areas that I just love! Great shots...

Splendid Little Stars said...

such pretty flowers!

Cristina Pop said...

I didn`t know the name of these gorgeous flowers! Great shots!

Sue said...

I have the blue agapanthas in my yard, and I love them!

=)

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

Oh my, they are GORGEOUS!!

Z-Kids said...

Beautiful!

fredamans said...

Beautiful flower. I've seen them before and now I know their name. Thanks.

Brona Joy said...

I love agapanthus & your photos are glorious. But I'm in Sydney, which is in the middle of Autumn, hence my post below :-)

http://bronasbooks.blogspot.com.au/2014/05/ode-to-autumn-john-keats.html

Brona Joy said...

PS Was that an alium photo, 2nd to last, that you snuck in with the aggies??

Pondside said...

That blue is gorgeous - what every garden needs!

Lmkazmierczak said...

I'll have to add these to my growing list of flowers I'd like to cultivate...They look marvelous! http://lauriekazmierczak.com/life-in-a-slow-lane/

jeannettestgermain said...

Aren't they beautiful? You have lovely captures:) We have some blooming by the fence. I didn't know that the agapanthus also comes in white and pink!

Annesphamily said...

Simply lovely. The photos are colorful and making me smile. Thanks for sharing.

jenn said...

d'you ever see the film bed of roses? it's a corny lil chick flick with christian slater and mary stuart masterson. the score in it is gorgeous. michael convertino (?) wrote some beautiful music for that movie. it's not the best thing i've ever seen, by any means. but i like it anyway. and slater's character, his favorite flower is agapanthus. i immediately thought of that when i saw your post. that film, of one particular scene... make me wanna watch it again, actually.