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Thursday, 11 December 2008

True Colours Thursday - White.


Yet again, I'm running late with my posting: but here at last is my contribution to Poopsie Blue's True Colours Thursday.

This week's colour is White, which might sound easy at this time of year. Not for me though - winter hasn't really got started round here - so I'm going with flowers again. All are from last summer.

Philadelphus.


Potentilla.


White Lobelia.


Alyssum.

Next week's colour is Red.
I wonder if I'll be more organised then!

15 comments:

Aileni said...

A breath of Summer on a very dull day.

Poopsie Blue said...

I agree with Aileni - lovely to see Summer's flowers.

And, don't fret about being late - you're not @ all.

Blue
x

Dina ... UK said...

What a lovely selection I love the orange blossom...
All my favourites and in white....

jams o donnell said...

Such a nice sight on a miserable day!

Mar said...

Beautiful white flowers, what a wonderful sight!!

Dr.John said...

Beautiful pictures. White would be no problem here. We have plenty of snow.

BJ Roan said...

Thank you for the reminder on this cold evening. Lovely group of whites.

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

Pretty White flowers. :-)

Makes me look forward to the summertime.

James Higham said...

The Philadelphus by the fence was lovely.

John said...

Beautiful set of flowers!

The Weaver of Grass said...

That Philadelphus is too beautiful to be real! Red should be easy next week as it is the colour of Christmas. Best wishes.

Jientje said...

So muchy we want to do and only so many hours in a day, huh? I know!!
Those are very beautiful white flowers! I once tried to make a white garden, but that did not work! Nature took over ...

Nessa said...

Such pretty flowers. I like white. I want snow. Make it happen, please. I did say please.

Siani said...

Those flowers have definitely brightened up my cold winter evening. I didn't realise that Philadelphus had such pretty blooms.

Damama T said...

That still amazes me! I buy stuff and stick it in the bround, but 3 weeks later I couldn't tell you the names of any of them. Ok, so that's probably because all dried-up dead plants look pretty much the same... LOL!

Beautiful again, M'Lady.