Sunflowers, Lavender and Roses

Eugenia's Sunflower  Meditation

Eugenia’s Sunflower Meditation

Three of the Quimper Hittys roamed around in the gardens while the Humans watered the plants…Eugenia likes Sunflowers since they remind her of warm and sunny days in her homeland.

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Pink Sunflowers!

Pink Sunflowers!

None of us had heard of pink sunflowers, but here they are

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Pretty from the back

Pretty from the back

The sunflowers have a beautiful glow….

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A sniff

A sniff

Mary Ann likes the size, the colour and the scent of lavender.  

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A bouquet

A bouquet

She picked a few to bring indoors.

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Rose can't help herself

Rose can’t help herself

Rose always migrates toward the Roses.

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Flower Girls

Flower Girls

The girls each brought their flowers in to grace the Hitty cupboard.

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10 thoughts on “Sunflowers, Lavender and Roses

  1. Wonderful idea – to wander in the garden, while humans water the plants. The scent of the Lavender, the warmth of the Sunflower and the beauty of the Rose – are very desirable. Great choices and how nice that we get to see a rare pink sunflower !!!

  2. Eugenia and the sunflower are both pretty from the back! I think the posts of the QHs with flowers are among your best – there is something very natural and fitting about such settings for Hittys.

  3. I just love summer and all of your lovely blossoms, not to mention your lovely girls.
    I have lots of sunflowers but no pink ones!! How unusual.

    • We’ve had a warm summer – the flowers like it (but only if we remember to water them!) and the Hittys are taking full advantage…We confess the “strawberry blonde” sunflower is in the next door garden, which we are watering while the neighbours are out of town.

  4. I agree with ehpem….the setting of the garden is so natural and fitting for your Hittys. Another restful and peaceful experience from the Quimper Hitty cupboard. Thank you.

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