Hi, Aputsiaq.The colors of the flowers are so pretty and graceful! Your flowers are like the ones in a picture in pastel colors, aren't they? Probably because higher latitude brings the plants such elegant colors. Are the little yellow ones a kind of buttercups? I remember buttercups often appear in Andersen's fairy tales.By the way, the cute blue bird singing in is very impressive! I like pretty little things very much. I'm going to place an order at the shop, if I can use my card. Thank you very much for sharing all these.
Hi Sapphire...thanks so, so muchfor your lovely comment! It is quite funny because I have never really learnt the proper names of domesticated flowers (or trees): my parents weren't into gardening and I have never had a garden (or house) myself...so you see I'm a poor informant! But I know most wild flowers because my mother loved nature and took me there a lot ;O) And just like you guessed the little yellow ones are (wild)buttercups...the flowers are app.1½ cm in diameter and soooo shiny. I actually believe that they are the ones in the pasteled coloured picture...but maybe a domesticated sort, because they are almost the same size as the marguerites and the pink carnsations (I hope we're talking about the same picture..;O)...). OR maybe the yellow flowers are a kind of crowfoot...Sapphire you really got me thinking there ;O))))Oh, you're thinking about buying the 'bluebird' - I hope you can use your card then!!! And I have to say that I felt in love with it right away too ;O)
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