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Tuesday, September 21, 2010


Maybe not totally bright blue, but I couldn't get this opportunity go by
without showing my African violets for Mid Week Blues.

Click on image below for more BLUE images visit Rebecca who is hosting Mid Week Blues:)


Lillie said...

Beautiful bloom!

Rebecca said...

They sure look blue to me! A beautiful blue too.

PS> There are a couple of shots of the whole lighthouse at this link. It is an interesting little thing.

rainfield61 said...

They are beautiful.

Stephanie V said...

Mybe not bright but a very pretty blue. Blue and green are so fresh against one another, I think. Lovely photo.

Vicky said...

Oh my, yes, they are gorgeous :) I bought one at a rummage sale once and it lived many, many years till I had kids and they poured juice on it...

jabblog said...

Beautiful flowers! I haven't grown African violets for years and they're so pretty. I shall have to look for some. Thank you for the reminder :-)

Vicki said...

Very pretty!

crochet lady said...

Oh those are very lovely! African Violets are my favorite houseplant. I add to my collection every year. I would love to have one that color.

Dianne said...

they're a beautiful shade of blue! :)

Kathy said...

I think they're a beautiful blue!

Greyscale Territory said...

Very pretty African violets! A stunning shade of romantic blue!

Kerry said...

How pretty, with such delicate edges to them!

California Girl said...

You should paint them. They are so perfect.

A 2 Z said...

Bonjour Jeanette,

They are truly a vibrant blue. I participate in Blue Monday which is also a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing the African violets.


jeannette said...

Great to hear from you! And thanks:)

Thank you friend! Also for the link you sent me -will visit soon!

Thanks! Are they also growing where you live? Here they are potted indoors plants.

jeannette said...

Thanks friend! Blue and green are a great comination for a plaid too!

Oh dear, kids have inventive ideas sometimes (haha)

they're very inexpensive here. Hope you'll post them at some point (if/when you buy the violets:) )

Thank you, thank you!

Once you have 'em at a good spot, it's a cinch:)

Yes, I like that shade of blue too!

yes, this blue is easy on the eyes:)

Isn't it interesting that nature always does it "right"?

jeannette said...

Thanks for visiting! I once commented on Jessica's blog, but is Jessica since she is back, the one writing on Ed&Reub's blog??
Had to laugh though -you're so adventurous, buying veggies without having any idea what dishes to use them in:)

California Girl,
You're right -they would be very pretty in watercolor!

I was at your blog again -how do you keep up with all the memes?
I started just because I had nto enough material to write, but now I don't know if I can keep up with 3!
A Bientot! (sorry no accents)

Rosie said...

The blue of those violets is stunning! Love your new header phototoo:)

Cezar and Léia said...

This blue violet is so delicate, it reminds my mommy's house in Brazil.Thanks so much for this beautiful feeling bring joy to my day here!

jeannette said...

Thank you, friend! you look very different in your new profile pic - is long in vogue now in Europe?

Thank you! Hope it did not make you feel home sick! But you're married -that's a plus :) Are you back to school this semester?
Hugs to you too!

momma zen said...

I love African Violets! I have one and it took two years to bloom regularly but now it does very well.

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