Saturday, September 05, 2015

My Sunday Photo

At the beginning of summer Mr. Ojo planted my favourite flower, in pots, in the front yard.

Unfortunately, we haven't had a very good summer. So my beautiful flowers are struggling.

To make up for it, he bought me 2 bunches!

So here are my beautiful Gladioli:



19 comments:

  1. What a beautiful flowers. I love Gladioli too. xx

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  2. These flowers are beautiful, I love the colour. I'm sorry to hear your plants didn't do well (bloomin' weather) but it is great that you were treated to these :-)

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  3. Wow, they are so beautiful! How lovely of him :)

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  4. What a lovely husband :) They are so delicate and pretty, I hope you enjoy looking at them. #MySundayPhoto

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  5. They're gorgeous. And what a good husband you have!

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  6. I love these pictures. Gladioli are very photogenic. They make lovely colour monochromes.

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  7. Beautiful photos. You've made me want to go out and buy some now!

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  8. So pretty! We have some gladioli in the garden that are nearly ready to flower. Hope you have a good week x #mysundayphoto

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  9. Very beautiful, they are one of my favourites too

    Thank you for linking up

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  10. Love the romantic effect of the photos! The blooms are lovely =) #mysundayphoto

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  11. Such beautiful flowers - those colours are just wonderful. #mysundayphoto

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  12. So pretty and a reminder of summer

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  13. Very pretty in pink. They look delicate but such a lovely colour!

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  14. they are lovely flowers, better luck next year with growing your own

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  15. I love gladiolus, they are a throwback to my childhood, my gran always had them growing by her home. Yours are so delicate and gorgeous.

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  16. aren't they lovely? and how nice of your husband to get them for you. pink is so relaxing.

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  17. Love gladioli - they always remind me of my grandparents who used to have them in their garden. Love the colour of these ones - how lovely that your husband bought you a couple of bunches of them :-)

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