Gorgeous, Chris...wish I could smell their sweet perfume!
I wish you could too! They are delicious. Love Chris
They are lovely. You must have a tremendous bed where they grow to harvest that many blooms! Do they last very long once cut? OH and you had to rub in the "sweltering" bit? Our temps are 100+ degrees. And will stay there or upper 90's from now until September. Hugs. Nan
Hi Nan, yes, I've got stacks and stacks of them along the front fence. They last for days in the vases.
Oh! my goodness with your heat. We have dreadful heat here in Australia during our summers, I'm not looking forward to it. Love Chris
What a beautiful flower you have grown. I have never seen this flower. Masks are now a part of life sad but true.
Thanks so much Suzanna, yes you are right about the masks. Love Chris
Wow, 18 dozen! They are beautiful and I have admired your vases as well :-) Thanks for sharing such a beautiful, perfumed photo!
Thanks Lidia, I have a 'thing' for glass! Love Chris
Beautiful Chris. I have some starting to bloom in the garden but not dozens.Hugs
Good for you, they are just so beautiful. Love Chris
Beautiful! I usually have 3 or 4 - - NOT dozens, just 3 or 4 blooms. 😂 Know they smell heavenly.
Thanks, I have a whole front fence full of them! Love Chris
Penny I would love to be in your kitchen sharing the wonderul bouquet from these glorious flowers - one of my favourite spring flowers. I am waiting with great anticipation for my pot of hyacynths to flower. Hugs Lynne (Far NSW Sth Coast)
Thanks Lynne, but my name is Chris, not Penny. I can't wait for Spring either. Love Chris
Sorry Chris, sometimes my brain gets confused (too many bleeds to brain) and though my brain says one thing but my hands srite something else.
wow, how beautiful !!! wished I could smell them too....
Yes, I know you would love them. Love Chris
Ohhh, so pretty!! Pictures of flowers always bring a smile to this old tired face. You and Laura have made my day.
Thanks Karen, yes I love them and can't wait for Spring as the Daffodils will come out. I've got Wallflowers, Freesias, (yellow and white), Nemesias, Violets (native ones too), Hyacinths, Bluebells, Marigolds, Lobelias, Bacopas and a lot of other little plants, plus 3 White Iceberg roses and 2 yellow ones, a climber and a small one called Soul mate. Love Chris
These are stunning!!! Your garden must be a wonder!!! I do not have a green thumb! But, here are some of my Hydrangeas that grow on their own - if I did anything to it - it would probably die, I am sure. Well done sewing masks for others - that is a wonderful thing to do!! Hugs, Laura
What a lovely flowers.
Oh! these are beautiful Laura, I've got a deep pink one in our backyard, which Trevor bought not realising it was pink. I don't have any pink in my garden, it's all blue, purple, yellow and white. Love Chris
I have only ever heard of these flowers. I have never seen them. They are absolutely beautiful. Thank you for showing us.l
Hi Sarah, they are absolutely fantastic and the scent is just breathtaking. Love Chris
They are beautiful.
Thanks Angie, I agree with you. Loe Chris
They are beautiful. I don't have any experience with this type of flower. You must have quite the garden to get so many!
Hi Debbie, yes I love gardening and have planted a lot of pretty 'smelly' flowers in my gardens. Love Chris
What a beautiful bounty! I love Jonquils. Right now we're busy harvesting homegrown tomatoes and sweet peppers. The best thing about our sweltering summers! 😓🍅😋
Thanks Deb, yes they are beautiful. Your Tomatoes and sweet peppers sound great. Love Chris