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Walking With Eagles is a collection of original poems and photographs by Lindy Low Le Coq. A lifelong naturalist, amateur photographer and bird enthusiast, Lindy’s verse, composition and photographs open a window into the essence of her subjects. Her poems and photography reflect the rich natural wonders of the Pacific Northwest.
Bald Eagles mature over the course of five years. Walking With Eagles invites the reader to take a poetic and visual tour of this odyssey.
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~ English Wood Hyacinth ~ In A Vase On Monday ~
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What pretty hues of purple and pink!
You are a sweetie!
So lovely! I see you added a bleeding heart also. 🙂
They’re fading, but I do love them so!
Mine haven’t started yet. Last bit of snow still melting.
I could never get English bluebells to grow here either and the Wood Hyacinths seem to have faded too….but I love yours in the vase with the columbine and a few other lovely spring blooms…great blooms and colors in a vase for spring!
Thank you for dropping in and commenting. Cathy’s challenge is a perfect way to start the garden work week!
Such a pretty aquilegia with the mixed ‘wood hyacinths’ – in the UK the latter would be called Spanish bluebells and are to be avoided because they infiltrate colonies of the native bluebells. Aquilegia are not quite blooming here but some are just coming into bud
For some reason the aquilegia that have naturalized in my yard are the purple ones! Not sure why it is so difficult to get Virginia or English Bluebells to thrive here, but the wood hyacinth fill in the void without being invasive. Cheers to gardens!
Same here with the aquilegia, generally – perhaps to do with the original strain perhaps? I don’t know, just conjecturing
Sorry, I also meant to say thank you for joining In a Vase on Monday – it is lovely to have you here 🙂
My pleasure — it is johnvic8 who provided the signpost!
Your wood hyacinths look so much more robust than the ones I had before a combination of heat and drought seem to have caused them to give out altogether. Clearly they do better in the PNW than in SoCal!
They do like moisture! Thanks for checking in, commenting, and here’s to finding out what will grow in your garden!
Thanks for this splash of color
You’re welcome — and thank you for visiting and commenting!