April Blue

Bluebells

It is another sunny day…Tatterdemalion came to the store with me and stopped at every blue flower on the way there and back again!

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Periwinkle

This one is Periwinkle blue…

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Primula

…and this is a blue Primrose…Tatty says they smell better than other colours!

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Anemone

There were so many little blue flowers – until we started counting them, all we noticed were the pink and white (Camellia, Magnolia) and yellow (Daffodils, Forsythia) flowers!

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bower

Blue everywhere we look! Tatty sat in a bower of blue…

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Forget-me-not

…dwaddled among the sweet little Forget-Me-Not…

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Violet

…Tatty thinks it is too bad all these flowers were in other gardens…

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Tea

…but luckily we have nice blue grape Hyacinths (and a restorative cup of tea when we finally made it home)!

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6 thoughts on “April Blue

  1. Picasso’s blue period doesn’t ring a bell to this story in blue. Such beauty is eye candy here in the East U.S. presently.
    You have my curiosity in full gear…how did Tatty start out as tatterdemalion???

    • Tatty’s name was Tatterdemalion as soon as she was carved…she doesn’t much mind rags and tattered clothes, and spends a lot of time just in her shift and drawers. She acceeced to this blue dress because it matches her tatted collar!

  2. Goodness what a bounty of blooms. Tatty is so sweet in her blue frock among all of those lovely blue flowers. What a treat for the eyes…(mine!)

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