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Friday, July 24, 2015

Red-dy or Not, Orange You Glad It's Friday?





























21 comments:

  1. Hot post. I was going to say haute, but the urban dictionary discouraged me.

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  2. Your hot colors make my temperature rise...in a good way.

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  3. Your hot reds sometimes have a heart of orange. Your flowers sizzle. I like the swirled red and orange glass with the water reflections and purple ball, great color combinations!

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  4. Oh Alison, your flowers are just beautiful. And I love the glass orb in the glass bowl. Total eye candy.

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  5. Gorgeous one and all. I REALLY need to add Crocosmias to my garden.

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  6. Enjoyed every one Alison..

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  7. Oh baby! That's a lot of heat! I love reds and oranges.

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  8. Oh, yea! Orange makes a garden pop! I remember not so long ago when orange was NOT welcome in many gardens. What a shame. I think back then I added more orange just to break the "rules". And of course I put it next to pink and purple.

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  9. Excellent to see orange, or any color. It's fine time we ignore those who write for a living and only parrot what someone out of touch says about colors that are in and out! Talk about pop...

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  10. I do love these vivid coloured flowers too, beautiful!

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  11. Alison I love your bright summer colored blooms.....

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  12. What an array of blooms and colours. A cheerful sight Alison.

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  13. I love orange, as you may know. Love your blackberry lily and crocosmia.

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  14. Love orange--your post illustrates why.

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  15. Nice hot colors for a cool weekend! Thanks.

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  16. Hot hot colours that really underline that we have now reached high summer. Many of my pastels have disappeared in the garden now, leaving the way clear for the big bold boys like the dahlias and crocosmia.

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