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Monday, February 15, 2010

My cyclamen dropping seeds...beautiful!

25 comments:

  1. Very pretty...
    I like this kind of plant...
    I haven't had one for years.
    My plants grow well for awhile,
    then they decide its time to die.
    Looks like you have a
    very "green thumb".
    Thanks for sharing your plant.
    with us.
    Mommy2

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  2. Clycamen? Never heard of that before. And it drops seeds no less. ooh.

    :)

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  3. I have not heard of that plant...but isn't nature such a wonder to behold?! Come say hi when you have time :D

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  4. It is not the cyclamen dropping the seed that is particularly amazing, but the eye that has spotted beauty in the process and captured it so well in an image.

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  5. very nice. how come its never pretty when i drop things. lol.

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  6. Your photos are sooooo beautiful, Betsy! And, your Valentine Memories brought back some of my own. ;) Those messages were soooo laden with meaning!!! LOL.

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  7. You most definitely have a green thumb...your plant is georgeous!

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  8. This just proves that there is a lot of love in your home! Even the plants thrive.

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  9. I had a cyclamen once...it came in a gift basket the DH gave me. The cats decided that cyclamen flowers are VERY tasty, and nipped off every one within a 24 hour period. I decided to strike cyclamen from my list of houseplants :-)

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  10. Isn't Mother nature amazing? And the pink blossoms are gorgeous!

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  11. Sigh...I love looking at your beautiful cyclamen...I think I may be officially TIRED of winter!!

    PRETTY photos. SO delicate!

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  12. What spectacular images! My favourite is the one in the middle.
    I do nature photography as well and will start publishing them this summer.
    This Montrealer in the grip of Old Man Winter thanks you!
    Evelyn in Montreal

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  13. Jill ~ oh now, don't get tired of it yet! I think we have 2 more months of this! Think beauty...the snow is beautiful...better than brown dead grass! LOL!

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  14. lovely, my dear....

    good to visit with you today

    kary
    :-)

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  15. So tiny... beautiful things come in small packages!

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  16. I am not familiar with this plant, but your photos are lovely.

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  17. Love this.... My mother used to have one that really thrived. This makes me want to go out and find one to have indoors....:)

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  18. Evelyn ~ I hope you meant a blog when you said you were going to publish your photography this summer! Make sure you let me know when you get up and running! :)

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  19. This is absolutely beautiful. I love it and want it!! :) The Bach

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  20. Bach ~ you should get one...with your love of indoor plants! It's an easy care one and hasn't stopped blooming in 5 years!

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