I enjoyed that very much and a Merry Christmas to you .
Lona, that was a great way to celebrate the festive season ... such lovely Poinsettias, but I just loved the bench covered with a plump blanket of snow! A lovely cool breeze wafted in right on cue when I saw it ... so refreshing! Season's Greetings from the toasty warm Downunder!
Love your Christmas vidoe. Stunning pictures. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas. Take care, Jen.
Merry Christmas Lona! I've been so busy I've barely had a chance to visit blogs, but I really wanted to be sure to say Merry Christmas to you. I hope you and your family have a great time together!!
The pictures of the poinsettias are gorgeous. I love the slideshow, very nice!
Merry Christmas H H Gardener ~ A beautiful slide show!
Wonderful slide show Lona! Merry Christmas :-D
So very Merry Christmas to you too. Have a great and happy one too.
Simply beautiful, Lona.Merry Christmas!
Wish you too a Merry Christmas and some lovely days ahead!
A Merry Christmas to you and yours. I loved the slideshow...such beautiful Christmas images. Balisha ((Christmas Hugs))
Merry Christmas to you, too, Lona! My aunt made one of those smileboxes instead of a normal Christmas card this year - aren't they fun?!
And a very Merry Christmas to you too Lona!
Merry Christmas!! Your blog is beautiful. I haven't been on mine for a while. You made me very happy to post a comment. I love your sparkles., goes with your wonderful creativity.
What a wonderful show and beautiful music. So christmassy. May you have a blessed Christmas and Happy New Year!
Hi Lona, I hope that you and your family have a wonderful Christmas! Jennifer
Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Hi Lona!I wanted to hop over and answer your question about what I do with my amaryllis. I certainly don't feel like an expert but I am lucky enough that they re-bloom pretty consistently. The process I follow is after the bulbs bloom, I start a heavy fertilizing program (I read somewhere that they were "voracious" feeders so I fertilize at least twice a week). Once the danger of frost has past, they go outdoors for the summer (where the fertilizing continues). Right before first frost I bring them indoors and down to my basement for a dormancy period (usually about two months). Some people cut the foliage off before they "rest" and other people I know let the green leaves die during dormancy then just pull them off. They are hardly watered at all during dormancy. At the first sign of life (leaves or buds) I bring them back upstairs and start watering again. I hope that helps??? I feel like I've written you a book ~ hopefully it's not more than you want to know!?! I'm still holding out hope that yours might bloom....Also, if you have a Lowes nearby, and want some new Amaryllis for cheap, I just bought a few more bulbs (that I needed like a hole in the head!) for a couple dollars each. They have them on clearance here already (with the Christmas stuff). Tina (from In the Garden) gave me a heads up about it and I was really surprised at all the varieties our store had. I couldn't resist! Merry Christmas Lona ~ I can't believe tomorrow is Christmas Eve already!
Merry Christmas Lona, you have been a great blessing to me this year. I really enjoy your blog.Debbie
Lona girl that was so nice ! I love the tree branches and bench covered in that beautiful snow (it may not be beautiful after a few more weeks .. in my mind that is ! haha)Have a wonderful holiday with your family girl !Joy : )
I enjoyed the show. When it got to the snow covered branches, I shivered. Happy holidays!
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