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Aren’t these flowers some of the most beautiful things you’ve ever seen? God is such a master of color and design! I walked into the grocery store last week and was greeted by a three-tiered stand just loaded down with pink, red, and pale pink cyclamen. I couldn’t resist and purchased two. I’m kind of wishing now that I had brought home the darker pink one as well.
Who’s up for a cyclamen haiku?
grocery store beauty
cyclamen come home with me
red and pink are mine
These cyclamen were exactly what my eyes and heart needed. They are just in time for Valentine’s day with their pretty colors and heart shaped leaves! I did read that the symbolic meaning of cyclamen is resignation and departure. Not very romantic. Still perfect for this time of year though. I’m “resigned” to the fact that winter will soon be “departing.” It’s yet another sign that spring is coming!!
Elizabeth- your photography is very beautiful! I am so glad you found the link-up!! I look forward to visiting with you every week.
Thank you for the compliment. I’m so glad that we have been visiting each other every week. I find it very encouraging!
Those are beautiful photographs. I am not allowed to own cyclamens anymore. I have a knack for killing them off at a startling rate. It’s the only houseplant I can’t manage to keep alive. A pity since they are so pretty.
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I’m not really great at house plants, but I can usually keep them alive for a few months which makes them really cost effective, right? lol
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