My garden has only one cluster of tulips – these lovely Angeliques by the front door. They opened only a couple of days ago and are almost spent with this incessant rain we’ve had. Still, they are the most amazing delicate pink color. Worthy of a photo or two in the spring drizzle.
“Flowers are the sweetest things God ever made and forgot to put a soul into.” ~Henry Ward Beecher
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