Tulips

Tulips must have been the first of God's flowers. They hold his mark. c.e.hollis Sun shines on tulips and they open to the warmth of it. When the sun sets they close and rest. Each day the petals open wider in the sunlight until finally the petals hang backwards. Night comes and they don't close.... Continue Reading →

Tulips in Spring Gardens

Tulips in the spring garden are like candy, so full of sugar that a person can go into a diabetic coma just looking at them. I visited two gardens this spring to see the bulbs. Tulsa Bontanic Gardens and also Honor Heights Park in Muskogee had daffodils, redbuds, dogwoods, and tulips. I loved the dense... Continue Reading →

Spring Whispers Promises

    Spring whispers promises and I wait through rain showers, in welcome warming sunshine, past misty mornings, and cool musical evenings. I watch buds on trees pop open and show new leaves and flowers. I watch the sprouts rise to reveal the first wonderful colors with hyacinths, crocuses, daffodils, and tulips in the flowerbeds... Continue Reading →

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