The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Very pretty and very unusual.
Lovely!However, Jams, why did you pick it and put it into the fridge? Wouldn't it have been nicer to 'shoot' it whilst being alive?
O wow! Can you get all blue ones then? I love blue flowers. I'd love to see a real blue rose one day... but that is apparently the holy grail of gardening and it's probaby never going to happen... unless they genetically engineer them with lobster and scorpion blood...
ps you didn't find out what that hornet lookielykie was, did ya?
It is a bit odd isn't it CherieAh Sean if the not wife hadn't picked it then it would have shriveled up by noon. Picking it meant that I got a chance to see itThere are all blue ones. Not sure if we have any this year. I love blue flowers too. Look out for the Meconopsis
Fanulous and strange colours,but how come it was in the fridge?btw. I staret yesterday to count down for the OsloBG - only some photos from Oslo - as is....
Ah Tor if it hadn't gone into the fridge It wouldn't have lasted long enough for me to photograph
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