Macro Monday, Today's Flowers #75 / Shamrocks in January
My parents gave me a bag of shamrock bulbs so many years ago. Now my yard is full of these happy little flowers and they have even spread into my neighbor's yard. We have a lot of blooming shamrocks right now in the middle of January.
The shamrocks are so beautiful, and I just love it's color.
They are beautiful flowers. Are they annuals?
How lovely! I wonder if they'd grow in my yard and think I might give them a try. Right now I'm delighted to see Johnny Jump Ups returning. I love those little pansy-like plants that the birdies scatter each year. I never know where they'll pop up but they always make me smile.
Hugs and blessings,
Aren't they beautiful..I'd be happy too if they were on my yard.
Love the first images the best! Never knew shamrocks bloomed
They look so fragile and delicat! Lovely flowers!
Thanks again Carolyn, for stopping by my blog.
I love the flowers of Oxalis
I agree, the orchid flowers are unique.
I hope you have a happy Sunday.
What a lovely flower - so little and fragile!
I have to check if it would like my garden???
I love that first shot of the center. The lines almost look like they were drawn on with a pen. :)
how wonderful to see flowers, lovely flowers. thank you.
Lovely flowers. Looks so fragile, but a close up gives out great details of each petals. Beautiful frames.
The shamrocks are gorgeous!
I envy you because you have flowers in January. They are so delicate and the photos are perfect.
How pretty and how lucky to have such lovely flowers in your garden in January! :)
beautiful flowers to keep..awesome macro shots
A precious treasure. They are beautiful and lovely and I wish to grow them too.
Enjoy your weekend!
Love those shamrocks! Aren't they bright and cheerful!
The sham really rocks! LOL! It's good to know they bloom during this time of the year.
Carolyn: Those are wonderful little flowers.
Very sweet blooms.
vERY SWEET...CONGRATS AND HAVE A NICE WEEK
Thank u for your comment
beautiful pictures! It is neat that they have continued to grow!
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