Maria, I love the oldfashioned Columbines. I have both pink and purple in my mountain garden, they have been seeding themselves there and surviving since the 1850s!
Maria,Very pretty...love the new header
Yes, we call them columbine and there are so many splendid varieties.Yesterday I saw quite an unusual red and yellow one.
Maria, I meant old fashioned as distinct from the present cultivars which have lost som of the charm of these 'Grandma's bonnets'.
So beautiful! I have been a bit confused about the name of this flower! Some are garden flowers - others grow wild! But you use a name I am used to in Norway! And they are so pretty!Great new header!
I can certainly see why..wow, so wild, free and pretty! My computer started to slow down and I must of still been in another page (with my jungle sounds going)along with someone elses too..then I heard John Mayall!! How fun..Ha..Cheers to you..Today's Flowers and John Mayall!!
Hello Maria!I'm sorry I haven't come here recently.beautiful flowers soothe me:)
Maria I also love the Columbines..your pink and purples are stunning..my colors!
I love the Columbine too. I have several and they always come back. I try to sprinkle the seeds around. Nice shots. MB
Eine wunderschöne Blume, bei uns wächst sie wild, ist aber noch nicht erblüht heuer - liebe Grüße
what a beautiful color of the flowers.
So pretty. Like the pink ones.Good shots!
I can see why they're your favorite - Very pretty flowers & great shots of them too!
Gorgeous flowers Maria, your photos are superb. Thank you very much for sharing them.
Very beautiful and delicate,love.Hugs
They are gorgeous flowers!! I love the little spider web in the last shot!!
Beautiful - love the purplish blue shades. They're also known as 'granny's bonnets' in the UK.
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