Notes about living and gardening somewhere down in Texas
Blue and yellow looks so pretty together. Glad she found out what it is.
They are so pretty! You can even buy seeds and scatter them in the fall for more seedlings. They look so lovely in your mom's yard. I can't get them established here:(
I don't have those this year...Brenda
I like blue and yellow too Susie. Mother was certainly excited to find out what these were.Tina--ok..scatter them in the fall. I need to remember that. wish I understood how to collect seeds from these plants. I didn't know they grew in Texas!Brenda, so you have had these before? As I was just telling Tina..I did not know forget-me-nots grew in Texas!
They are such a pretty little wildflower. And they look perfect with the California Poppies. I really need to add a few to my garden too. ;)
I've lived here all my life, I didn't know they grew here either. And I love blue, so why didn't I know that? Bet I scatter some seed for next year...
I love these flowers and have always wanted to grow them here. Yours look beautiful!!!!!
Well, that stinks. I got some forget me not seeds from monica. Apparently, I did it wrong and they did not germinate. durn.
Racquel, they are the cutest, brightest little flower I think I have ever seen! I would like to grow some too. I'll see if I can find out how to harvest seeds.Nola--I am not alone then since you did not know they could grow here. Aren't they just the sweetest little things!Thanks Cindee! I think I will try and get some of these cuties for myself too!Debbi--don't feel too bad. My Mother (the green thumb" can grow things other people cannot! Grrr! :)
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