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DAY 263 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: Snapdragons


radiant
lovely flaming hues
snapdragons

shared with
the magnificent









Comments

Mascha said…
Beautiful! In German we call them Lion Mouth.
Have a blessed week


By the way: you(???) have send me an email, includes only a (strange) link - maybe, you havn't done it, but another person has knocked your account again?
Villrose said…
They are the most lovely summerflowers!
Norma Ruttan said…
Mascha, I have NOT sent you an email. I hope that my email has not been hacked again! It would be the third time.

Villrose, thank you.
Graham Edwards said…
Snapdragons are one of my favourite flowers. Ironically I have had little success growing them.

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