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Bells of Ireland... I had these in my wedding bouquet along with white roses
Bells of Ireland - I have this thing for green flowers. These also have the sweetest fragrance.
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Stunning Hollyhock | Content in a Cottage. pretty much leaves me breathless. i love these guys. a lot.
Edible buds & stalk of the garlic plant (be warned: the buds on both garlic & leek plants have a real 'bite' in flavour, despite their size!)
Fuchsia Flowers | Found on flickr.com
~~ Fuchsia ~~my favourites, just wish I could grow them in my yard instead of in pots!
Bury the pots!
~~Breath by chibitomu ~ geranium buds~~
BELLS OF IRELAND: The Bells of Ireland are said to give good luck to anyone that receives them so they are a great gift to give someone and a popular option for wishing that person good luck. (HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY!)
Bells of Ireland. My parents used to grow these by the back door
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Moluccella laevis or Bells of Ireland - green flowers! Copyright:©judywhite #garden #studiopaars
Green - it's never easy being green - but its worth the effort and the grace sometimes just appears
~~Rich burgundy red ranunculus flower by Clive Nichols~~
Easy arrangement for Saint Patrick's Day #green #stpatricksday