Monday, September 5, 2016

Freesias blooming for Spring




It's that time of year, the time when hayfever nearly makes my nostrils explode but something good we saw in the weekend was these lovely Freesias. In amongst the tussocks and grass these were growing wild out of the sand dunes - we could smell them as we walked down the path. Love the colours, don't you?

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13 comments:

  1. Imagine just coming across that show of colour and scent. Would certainly put a spring into my step.

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  2. Beautiful fragile blooms. You are welcoming spring as I am welcoming fall.

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  3. Hello, the freesias are beautiful blooms. Love the photos and the scene in the first shot. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  4. How beautiful and lovely photography ~ as we move towards Autumn you are going the other way ~

    Wishing you smooth sailing days ~ ^_^

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  5. I was just about to say, what a fragrant breeze you must get when you're there!

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  6. I don't think i've seen freesias, as i haven't smelled scents during my only visit to NZ. But i saw lots of plants and flowers only for the first time. I will never forget those lovely flowers during our walk in Arrowtown and Queenstown, oh how i love to live there.

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  7. Beautiful freesia ... And I can almost smell them from here your pics are so good! Spring hay fever is the reason why we try to stay away from Oregon until July each year. It's a big grass growing region , so as beautiful as it is in the spring, it is very uncomfortable to be here for the allergy-prone. Hope you make it thru your sneezing season !

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  8. Such pretty flowers and they have the best scent too

    mollyxx

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  9. What a beautiful place... I can almost hear the sound of the sea and smell all those flowers.... Love the first picture!

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  10. What a great find along the coast. I don't think I've ever seen a field of them before!

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