I checked in on this one a couple days ago:
|"Looking good, but not in full bloom yet, Mom!"|
Fortunately, there were other blooms that were fully open! Check them out:
We waited a couple days, then checked on that first Peony again -- look at it now!
|"Yeah! Nice and fluffy!"|
We like things fluffy around here!
The Peonies we showed you last week were lighter pink, but "singles". They always open first. Some of our fuller ones are also lighter pink, like this one:
Mom started all of them from roots a friend gave her, so we don't know what variety any of them are; we just call them "Skidmore" Peonies!
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Bet those beautiful flowers smell wonderfulReplyDelete
Lily & Edward
Those are such pretty flowers.ReplyDelete
Those Peonys are stunning!!!!! What a beautiful colour!ReplyDelete
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx
gorgeous flowers! Your peeps must have green thumbs!ReplyDelete
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh what very very pretty Peonies....thank you for sharing them today.ReplyDelete
Hugs madi your bfff
Glad to see you stopped to smell the flowers:)ReplyDelete
Your peonies are sooooooooooo pretty!ReplyDelete
OH, those peonies are gorgeous!!! Misty tried to take a big chomp out of one the other way when we were out walking. Good thing Mom had quick hands to pull her back. We liked seeing the peonies in the wind the other day, but these stills are just beautiful.ReplyDelete
Woos - Lightning and Misty
Oh Maggie, what a lovely group of peonies today...we love to watch you stop and snoofer every single one!ReplyDelete
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Jakey, Bilbo and Arty
Those are really pretty!ReplyDelete
Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel
Oh Maggie, those are just beautifuls!!!!!! Ma tried growin' those in pots years ago, and well...they didn't make it....:(ReplyDelete
That's my favorite kind of flower!! The colors are so rich. Your mom must be a great gardener.ReplyDelete
So pretty! You'll have to guess if we meant the peonies or you Maggie!ReplyDelete