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The rosemary in the front yard is in bloom. Delightful!

This is the second winter that I've noticed the rosemary plants in full flower. If I'm remembering correctly, the plants didn't bloom in the winter when they were under Mama's care. I wonder if I've thrown their blooming cycle out of whack because I don't trim nor prune them as often or as short as Mama did.

Not that it matters. The rosemary plants can bloom anytime they want. The bees and hummingbirds are enjoying the flowers as much as we are. 

Hello Mosaic Monday!

 

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  1. I' m partial to the Van Gogh wave. I remember my first time in California and being delighted by the rosemary growing like weeds. The cursor/bird is yours as you hit play and let it fly around. Mine is white.

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    1. Mama would say that I got the rosemary growing like weeds in the front yard. :-)

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  2. I tried planting Rosemary from a small potted plant. Not succesfully.
    Happy to see yours thriving
    Thanks for dropping by my blog

    Muchđź’–love

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    1. I haven't been successful yet with propagating rosemary in pots. I'll try again this year.

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  3. Do you use the rosemary in your cooking?

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    1. Not as much as I could. I don't recall Mama using it in food either. Now I wonder how it was she planted rosemary all over the front and back.. I managed to destroy the ones she planted in the back.. Fortunately, a few volunteers sprung out a couple years ago.

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  4. ...I will have to wait weeks and weeks for similar scenes.

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    1. I am fortunate. The warm weather in the winter does throw me off. I want to plant stuff rather than wait.

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  5. Su-sieeemac - with my world of snow and cold, it is hard to imagine rosemary blooming! Glad there are flowers somewhere! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

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    1. Angie, when I lived in the foggy sections of San Francisco, I couldn't imagine there was sun elsewhere in the City. lol

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  6. Nice! Nothing is blooming in Virginia.

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  7. Hello,
    Your rosemary is looking great. It is wonderful to see blooms, my world is very brown right now. I love the colorful flowers. Take care, enjoy your day! Have a great new week!

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    1. The rosemary thanks you, Eileen. :-) Cheers to you, too.

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  8. Thanks for your comment on my blog. If you'd watched to the end, you'd have seen that he'd pointed out all of the good things people liked about #45 were the 14 points of fascism.

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    1. Shudder. I feel sad for them, but I don't excuse them for throwing their lot with the dark side.

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  9. It s so pretty and one just has to enjoy the beauty of life

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    1. Today I watched a hummingbird and 2 bees drink from the flowers. Life is grand.

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  11. My rosemary withered before it ever bloomed. I wonder what was wrong? Lovely mosaic.
    Dawn aka Spatulas On Parade

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  12. whatever reason your flowers thrive. :) Love your mosaic.

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Thanks for the good cheer. :-)

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