Wordless Wednesday: Where Streams of Purple Water Flow

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28 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Where Streams of Purple Water Flow

  1. Gattina says:

    What a pleasure to see these flowers !

  2. readerbuzz says:

    Now that says spring!

    Here’s my Wordless Wednesday!

  3. Cathy says:

    What a lovely sight!

  4. Our yard grows these tiny purple flowers each spring and I just love seeing them. It makes me all giddy inside. I’m looking forward to the changes to come! Happy #WW!

  5. I love this effect and I hope the voles keep away from my crocus in the lawn so I might see this one day.

  6. AnnetteM says:

    Beautiful – Aberdeen has some parks with plantings like this too. Spring is here now I think.

  7. Pauline says:

    That is so beautiful, where did you find it?

    • Cathy says:

      This is in our local town Pauline and these verges have been planted like this for several years now – there will be rivers of gold shortly. They just get better and better 🙂

  8. Where? where is that lovely scene?

  9. Anca Tîrcă says:

    What a beautiful sight!

  10. I love seeing planting like this in public spaces!

    • Cathy says:

      Apart from the initial planting it needs no maintenance, and they carefully mow around the leaves till they have all withered. There are even bigger rivers of miniature narcissi to follow shortly as well

  11. Beth F says:

    Oh I can’t wait for flowers!

  12. Kris P says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!

  13. A walk through the flowers is a pretty great way to start the day.

  14. Chloris says:

    How lovely, they are the big fat shiny Dutch ones aren’ t they?Just the thing for rivers of purple.

  15. rickii says:

    How long does this spectacular show go on?

  16. hillwards says:

    Such a vibrant splash of colour – I have a huge weakness for purple crocuses, especially en masse like this

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