Celebrating gardens, photography and a creative life
Just a few moments ago, I posted an allium portrait for the Wordless Wednesday hashtag – so similar to this photo! Love this 🙂
Great minds think alike 🙂
Mine have all died. I’m still trying to work out what I did wrong this year. Maybe the constant rain, as mine are all in pots.
That’s a pity. It might have been the rain, as you say.
I have some white ones, but only one plant has flowered! Hope the rest do this summer. This is a pretty picture ❤️
I’m not going to say I’ll be keeping my fingers crossed for you again as you’ll tease me, but I hope so too.
How beautiful! Now I have a sudden itch for spring — the chives are so often the first to pop up in the snow, and I love them for it! (So do the rabbits.)
It’s probably too early for us to be itching for spring, although I have seen snowdrops and hellebores. I remember being served chive flowers in a salad and was strangely surprised they tasted like onions. I thought they would be more floral.
Love the bright colors – a treat to see in the middle of winter.
There are a good few potato salads worth here!
Those chive flowers are such a lovely splash of colour in the garden. They’re much more colourful than those I see locally.
These ones could justify their place in the garden just through their colour.
Such a jaunty flower, and they even bloom in my shady yard.
Jaunty is a great way of putting it.
So good to eat and grow, a great filler plant for the garden.
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