Posted on June 4, 2020 Updated on July 21, 2020
Flower for the Day
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That’s a staggering plant.
It’s good sized but, I’ve seen some much bigger.
Lovely! You do flowers RIGHT!
Thank you, dear. It’s easy when they lean over and smile at you! 😁😊
They only smile at SOME people…you are one. A lover of dragons and fairies
Yes Ma’am! LOL!
Nothing as joyful as a plant suddenly blooming.
Very pretty and congratulations! I was always happy to see one of mine bloom over the years.
This came from my step-mom’s funeral in July 2013. It didn’t bloom for nearly four years. It got pot-bound so, when I gave it some space, it bloomed for me. It bloomed this year but, I didn’t catch a shot of it.
That looks a lot like a satellite dish! Beautiful flower!
It does! I hadn’t thought of that.
I’ve kept this from my stepmom’s funeral from 2013. I’m surprised I haven’t killed it.
It is very pretty though and different
If you don’t want to send just flowers, Peace Lilies are a common gift to grieving families…small ivy plants, too. If cared for, don’t die after a few days.
I love ivy plants
I do, too. I went back to the place where I photographed my “Greens & Whites” post to ask him what it was. He didn’t know, exactly. He had landscapers come in to decorate the outside of the bar. All he knew was that it was some kind of ivy. It’s just gorgeous.
My maternal grandmother had ivy growing around the house. It represents home to me.
Mine is around the fence and also growing up the house a little.
Came from an uncle…as I recall…
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