Tag Archives: Flowers

The Flower Shop Fontana – Tulsa, OK

My quilt friend Gary has owned The Flower Shop Fontana in Tulsa for years. He just sold his business and is retiring. When I was up there last week I took a bunch of pictures for him to remember the shop. … Continue reading

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My Christmas Amaryllis

Every year Mama would buy me an amaryllis bulb for Christmas. This year I got one for Leslie and one for me. I finally had a moment where I could get it started and it is such fun to watch … Continue reading

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Spring Flowers Bring Cold Weather

Our weather in Arkansas changes so fast. We really haven’t had a bad winter. But, this hot, cold, back and forth, sunny then cloudy days are weird. Through all this my flowers have been blooming everywhere. No matter what, I … Continue reading

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Spring Has Sprung, Probably Too Early

On the way to the store this Sunday morning I saw color. My yellow daffodils, pink japonica, white Bells of Ireland, yellow forsythia, and red camellias are blooming. I sure think it is way too early for spring. We never … Continue reading

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CAQ Guild Meeting- December 2016

The Central Arkansas Quilters Guild met for their December 2016 Christmas meeting and party last week.  It was a BBQ/potluck. The committee had decorations and had done a great job. I think we all had plenty to eat. They swap … Continue reading

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Hot Springs Greenhouse

I went with a friend to a  greenhouse last week in Hot Springs. I don’t remember the name, but it was one of the prettiest greenhouses I have ever been to. Our neighbor three doors down in Forrest City had … Continue reading

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Mary Jane’s Japanese Maple Trees

About 20  years ago I was at Mary Jane’s in NLR and she gave me a clay pot with several starts of her Japanese Maple Tree. The all came up as volunteers in the pot. I planted all of them … Continue reading

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