Daily Art by Liza Hirst
Hi Liza,Oh boy! I grow these in my front garden -- we call them grape Hyacinths -- I love everything about them. When they arrive I feel like we are actually in spring. Not looking for signs anymore. This is so beautiful. So filled with light, life and joy.xoxoxoxBarbara
Very delicate!Here they called "Blauwe druifjes"loosely translated that would be:"Little blue grapes."
Hi Barbara,Yes, we have them in our garden, too, and they spread more and more every year - it looks beautiful - like a blue carpet.Thank you for your kind words.
Thank you, René!In german they are called Traubenhyazinthen, which means the same as the englisch grape Hyacinths (thank you, Barbara!)I like the sound of "Blauwe druifjes" !
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