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Spring has sprung! #797071
03/21/12 03:24 PM
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So let's have a Spring Fling! All are invited to this party, and you're welcome to bring a flower to plant in the Garden.

Certain flowers will meet a certain criterion I've just made up. I'll let you know whether or not your flower qualifies. The first person to guess the criterion is the winner of nothing but everyone's admiration. grin

I'm bringing a daffodil



We do not see things as they are, we see things as we are. - Anais Nin
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797087
03/21/12 05:01 PM
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How about a lily?


spring



Doreen
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797102
03/21/12 06:36 PM
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I love lilies! That's what my name means. But nope, lily does not meet the criterion. smile


We do not see things as they are, we see things as we are. - Anais Nin
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797117
03/21/12 06:54 PM
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Unionville
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wave snapdragon smile


Sometimes lost is where you need to be. Just because you don't know your direction doesn't mean you don't have one.
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797129
03/21/12 07:54 PM
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crocus?


Alea iacta est.
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: BabaLa] #797134
03/21/12 08:08 PM
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Minnesota, USA
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Tulips? spring


The best math you can learn is how to calculate the future cost of current decisions.
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797162
03/21/12 09:22 PM
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Such wonderful choices! They're all welcome in the garden! But none meet the criterion. smile

Yes: daffodil
No: lily, snapdragon, crocus, tulip


We do not see things as they are, we see things as we are. - Anais Nin
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797165
03/21/12 09:25 PM
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marigold flowers


Sometimes lost is where you need to be. Just because you don't know your direction doesn't mean you don't have one.
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797182
03/21/12 11:51 PM
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Yes to marigold! It fits the criterion. wave

Yes: daffodil, marigold
No: lily, snapdragon, crocus, tulip


We do not see things as they are, we see things as we are. - Anais Nin
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797183
03/21/12 11:56 PM
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I'll bring a nosegay.

grin


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Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797185
03/22/12 12:13 AM
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How about a rose?


You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797188
03/22/12 02:06 AM
03/22/12 02:06 AM
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I'll bring an Angelica wave


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Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Koala] #797196
03/22/12 02:46 AM
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Deepest darkest Norfolk, Engla...
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I'll bring a buttercup (less expensive!) thumbsup wave

Bernie monky

Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797200
03/22/12 03:39 AM
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bluebonnet?


Alea iacta est.
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797218
03/22/12 05:19 AM
03/22/12 05:19 AM
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I'll bring a primrose. spring


Wouldn't that jar your mustard!
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797219
03/22/12 05:19 AM
03/22/12 05:19 AM
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How about a dandelion! grin


Gerry
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797232
03/22/12 06:19 AM
03/22/12 06:19 AM
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The Outer Limits
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I'll bring some Nightshade eek


Did you ever stop to think and then forget to start again?
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Cue] #797238
03/22/12 07:03 AM
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Maybe some petunias.... happydance


The best math you can learn is how to calculate the future cost of current decisions.
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797247
03/22/12 07:30 AM
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How about bellflowers. If not maybe dahlias??


Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint.
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797250
03/22/12 07:33 AM
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How about a bluebell


Gail
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797251
03/22/12 07:36 AM
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My favorite...Gardenia spring

Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797265
03/22/12 08:22 AM
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How about some Forsythia?



Doreen
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797269
03/22/12 08:35 AM
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Such gorgeous blooms! Some fit, some don't, but all are welcome! wave

Yes: daffodil, marigold, angelica, primrose, bluebell, gardenia

No: lily, snapdragon, crocus, tulip, nosegay, rose, buttercup, bluebonnet, dandelion, nightshade, petunia, bellflower, dahlia, forsythia


We do not see things as they are, we see things as we are. - Anais Nin
Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797273
03/22/12 08:56 AM
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California
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tuberose?

wave

Re: Spring has sprung! [Re: Pandora] #797274
03/22/12 08:58 AM
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Since you said you love lilies, I'll also bring a fawn lily. wave


Wouldn't that jar your mustard!
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