Outdoor Flower Series Week 6

Continuing my Outdoor Flower Series inspired by the book "The Meaning of Flowers" by Gretchen Scoble and Ann Field... TODAY... Sparaxis also known as the harlequin flower originate in Cape Province, South Africa... they grow like WILD in my yard and they MULTIPLY like CRAZY!!!  They seem sooooo HAPPY don't they!

Lovely to have YOU in my BLOOMING jardin today... now please be sure to visit other Outdoor Wednesday postings via A Southern Daydreamer!

10 comments:

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi Fifi,
Your flowers are absolutely beautiful--and your Etsy store is unbelievable!!!
XO

Regina said...

Pretty flowers!
Happy outdoor and springtime Fifi.

Regina

martinealison said...

Tout en délicatesse et fraîcheur...
Bisous

Donnie said...

Beautiful flowers as always. Such a pretty site.

Cindy said...

Hello Fifi,
That Sparaxis is beautiful! I need some flowers that love to grow in my garden like that.
Thank you for visiting my blog tody. I love your artwork, btw!
Hugs, Cindy

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh FiFi Sweetie...
As always I love to come and see what fun you are up to. I love seeing the flowers. SO pretty. You bring beauty to everything that your chalk,paints or brush touch. Such beauty. I so enjoyed seeing the gorgeous white lily that you painted.

Love these sparaxis or harlequin flowers. Sounds so romantic don't you think? What beauty they provide scattered around. Love the little sunshine centers. Just beautiful.

Hope you are well. I think of you each morning when I see my beauty that you created for me.

Many hugs sweetie and SO much love, Sherry

Kelly @ JAX does design said...

What pretty little flowers :-) I've never seen them before. They do look happy, with their sunny yellow faces :-)

French Heart said...

Gorgeous. And funny...I always ascribe different personalities and motives to flowers, too!

A Lady's Life said...

I love the way this shot was taken.
They are pretty flowers in themselves and so becoming of your blog.

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

Hi Fifi,
Looks like you have a good green thumb.I sure could use some pointers .
Thanks for stopping by today.

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