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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

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Altoon

Thanks for the wonderful warm patterns as a foretaste of live blooms as winter begins to wind down.

Lisa at Greenbow

I hope your area is about to thaw. The warmer air is so inspiring. Love the colorful blooms. We have to take them where we see them at this time of year.

Carolyn @ Carolyn's Shade Gardens

The Swedish fabric is an innovative substitute for flowers. I am in snow-covered Pennsylvania, but the temperature suddenly shot up and I managed to find some flowers outside. Happy GBBD, Carolyn

Helen at Toronto Gardens

How pretty, Linda! Those Nordic types sure know how to compensate for the long winters. Happy Blooms Day.

andrea

what a fun place to get floral inspiration from for gbbd. your second image is my favorite

Julie Siegel

Yes Indeed: those Nordic types do manage winter well: not just pix of blooms, but candles, fat-laden food and enticing winter sports. They even have little plastic rings of flowers to put over the base of candlesticks...

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