Saturday, April 9, 2011

H is for Haiku and Hollyhocks

Flowers Blooming Tall
Hollyhocks Shaped Like An “H”
Succulent Blossoms

posted at http://www.napowrimo.net/
posted for http://tossingitout.blogspot.com/
© Lisa N. ~ 4/9/2011



7 comments:

  1. Beautiful H post. A friend gave me some Hollyhock seeds today and I didn't know what they were exactly. Now I do. Thanks :)

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  2. Hollyhocks seem like such an old flower. Years ago, every garden was outlined with them. We used to use the big flowers to make hollyhock dolls. The flower was the skirt and a bud was the head.
    Manzanita
    Wanna buy a duck

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  3. Lovely flowers Lisa and a lovely Haiku post. Best wishes for you today...Happy Creativity in your poetry.

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  4. Great job. I enjoy reading your stuff daily.

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  5. Double win post! I love haiku and hollyhocks! Well done.

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  6. Your photo looks very nice and the Haiku makes one great package for today's letter.

    I'm not familiar with Hollyhock flowers and am glad that I learned about them while coming across your blog.

    The Madlab Post

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  7. I love Hollyhocks. They're so country, relaxed, beautiful to me.

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