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I love the vibrant purple colour of grape hyacinths at this time of the year.  They make a great contrast in the garden with crocus and tulips.  Visit Murrieta365 for more Straight Out of the Camera Sunday.

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Jan said…
You're right, great minds think alike! Love you photo.
Mama Ko said…
Beautiful capture!
They are such cute little flowers and I do not have any growing in my garden. That will be something to fix this fall, thanks for the idea. Have a great day and take care.
Anonymous said…
Lovely spring shot!
Leora said…
Lovely shot of the grape hyacinths. They look like sculptures in a jungle. I enjoy photographing mine, too - you got a great composition of them here.
hip chick said…
I love the little grape hyacinth also. They look so pretty when there are lot so them scattering a hillside.
gengen said…
Wow they are pretty flowers. happy SOOC Sunday.
EG Wow said…
The grape hyacinths are doing very well in your garden.
Lynn said…
The intensity of the purple is beautiful.
msdewberry said…
Great photo! I love the sweet scent of grape hyacinths, it smells like spring!
Debbie said…
Purple are my favorite too! Thanks for confirming my clematis, a lot of you pro gardeners knew...I planted it two years ago, and it keeps coming back even prettier every year, I do nothing to it:)
Johnny Nutcase said…
beautiful shot..that color just pops!

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