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A Mosiac of Pulsitillas

I just had to make a mosiac this week out of all the Pulsitilla or Pasque flower pictures I have taken.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.  Find more spring mosiacs on Mosiac Monday with host Mary at Dear Little RedHouse.  It will put you in a good mood.  Happy Gardening week.

Comments

Beautiful pictures of the Pasque Flower, I think they are harbingers in the spring garden. Have a wonderful week and take care.
Anonymous said…
I am not sure that I ever heard of this flower before today. Maybe I have but it doesn't really look familiar.
EG Wow said…
I see we had the same idea this week! :)
eileeninmd said…
Lovely mosaic, I have never heard of Pulsitillas. They are pretty flowers.
Lana G! said…
Beautiful flowers!
Dishesdone said…
Very pretty flowers! I enjoyed your mosaic!
Beautiful Val - I love these flowers.
Judith
32˙North said…
Hi Valerie,

That's a new flower to me - what wonderful fuzzy foliage and buds it has! The gray-green color is a nice contrast in the garden - so pretty!

Amanda
cherry said…
I have never heard of Pulsitillas what a beautiful flower.. Happy Monday.
hugs from Savannah, Cherry
Snap said…
Valerie, these are just beautiful! Thanks!
Bernie said…
The Pulsatilla is not a flower that grows in my part of the world ... but they are quite lovely. I just love the colour of the one on the right in the middle row ... gorgeous!
Daniela said…
They are beautiful, lovely mosaic.
Shelia said…
What a perfect mosaic. I'm learning so much in Blogland - I've never heard of this flower before.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)
Glenda/MidSouth said…
Pretty! I don't think I have ever heard of the flower.
Wendy said…
What a pretty flower. Is it native to your area or a cultivated flower?

Have a beautiful day!
Janice said…
Gosh what a lot of pasque flowers, they look amazing together.
Debbie said…
Defintely a new flower for me. I love looking at them, are they native?
Rajesh said…
Beautiful Pasque flowers. So colorful.
Jeanne said…
Beautiful! I think I've seen them in gardens but not known what they were called. Love the various state of open that you captured.
LDH said…
This is a beautiful flower that I was unfamiliar with. Your photos make a great mosaic! Thank you for introducing a new plant to me!

Kindly, ldh
Ebie said…
These flowers are new to me. An addition to my knowledge of blooms. I love your style of framing this mosaic.
MWebster said…
Lovely mosaic. I'd never heard of the Pulsitilla flower. They are beautiful.
Carol said…
I've never heard of that one! Thanks for sharing. Have a great week & come visit me...I'm having a give-away!
Riet said…
What a lovely mosaic. I love the colours
this is so beautiful - I love the pasque flower and all its hairiness. Thankyou so much for visiting my blog and leaving a lovely comment. :) Rosie
Joyful said…
The flowers are lovely. Are they from your garden? How cool to be a master gardener. I could sure use your help.
Mary said…
Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing at MM. :)

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