31 Replies to “Wordless Wednesday: A Rainbow of Flowers”

    1. It adds an extra layer of torture to the process when you don’t even have a vote. It has been so constantly on the UK news that we have to assume nothing of note has happened over here for the last week or so. That isn’t to imply I don’t think it’s important, just that the wall-to-wall coverage here has been inappropriate.

  1. Roy G. Biv!! This is brilliant! I thank you for the concept and for the reminder that we find in the garden: lots of different things can grow closely and together.

    1. Let’s hope so, though the strong can overpower the weak if left to their own devices, even in a garden. I am peace-loving, like the overwhelming majority of people. Remembrance Day (today) is a timely reminder of what happens when we don’t get along.

    1. It’s nice to look back on how they were earlier in the year. One of my roses produced a remarkable flush of late flowers, but the frosts have gripped them overnight and they’re looking more like balls of damp paper now. I should have cut them while I had chance (that old idea of gather ye rosebuds while ye may).

    1. I didn’t think about what it could coincide with when I scheduled it to post on Wednesday morning. If I had, I couldn’t have picked a more apt image than a rainbow: hope, inclusion and the wonder of the natural world.

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