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Norma

Ah, wonderful. Of course, that is botanical red; am I right?

minnie

absolutely gorgeous. mine are done for the year (wish i could have peonies year round)

Lynn

That is a gorgeous peony - a tree peony, yes? I've got to stop knitting so much and start expanding the garden, again. There's not much room for new plants.

And you went to Cummington! Darn! I wish I'd met up with you - but I think you went on Saturday, yes? I went Sunday and fell hard for a double-treadle Louet wheel. Mind you, I don't know how to spin but Tom from Abi's Web kindly taught me a little and I'm still drunk on the hormonal haze of it almost a week later, so I might just have to buy the little beauty.

And then next year, I'll probably meet you when we both grab for the same blue-ribbon fleece at the same time!

Chris

You should dye yarn that color...

Lee Ann

You should dye wool that colour and spin it...

:-)

Sylvia

Pure joy!

Carole

She's stunning!

Kathy

So lush. Is there flower porno :-)

naomi

Oooooh...

Reading knitblogs (like yours and Norma's) is a pretty good replacement for having a garden sometimes.

Lorette

That is the most perfect color. I want yarn that color. I want you to be my gardener, I can kill plastic plants.

lisa Co.  Springs

Gorgeous!

JessaLu

SO pretty! :o)

Kristen

amazing pictures - I can only imagine what they look like in person. (and I can see how Georgia O'Keefe found her inspiration in some similarly shaped flowers...)

It's pouring here, we're on day two of constant drenching showers. I hope your plants soaked it up!

Lucia

That flower is amazing. I think we used to have a peony plant, a legacy of the former owners. Of course we don't have it any more: Lorette, I could give you a run for your money. That's why I only grow mint. (I don't grow it, of course, it grows. I put it in the ground 11 years ago, and I don't stand too close.)

Beth S.

Fragrant? It might just be the perfect flower, if it were.

Dorothy B

Now the orchestra comes to a rising cresendo.
It would be so awesome to just sit and breathe in the beauty in a garden like yours.

Dipsy D.

I can't believe how gorgeous this flower is - thanks for sharing these pics!

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