laughing in flowers…

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  1. We planted nasturtium seeds a while back, they’re thriving but no flowers yet – can’t wait, I love nasurtiums! Also our Black-Eyed Susan is growing and flowering again after getting hit by really bitter winds in January (well, cold for Cyprus!)


    1. Amy Saab says:

      Black-eyed Susan grows wild in Vemont. In Alabama, I bought a type of black eyed Susan that seems to do well in our heat. It is spreading in the same bed as the blueberries & strawberries. I’ve never seen nasturtium in Alabama. I wonder if it would grow in our sauna summers. Vermont is much cooler & their winters seem endless…I took those images a few years ago when I got a chance to go HOME. I’m glad your nasturtium are thriving! ~amy


  2. janjoy52 says:

    Your c
    Colors are so rich and vivid. Absolutely gorgeous


    1. Amy Saab says:

      Thank you, Jan. Vermont summers are stunning. Highs in the upper 70’s/low 80s, perfect for growing everything. ~amy


    1. Amy Saab says:

      That is Montpelier, Vermont. HOME. I’m glad you love it. ~amy


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