Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Wordless Wednesday: Blooming in Mid-February




Orchid Dendrobium



Hyacinth






tulip






38 comments:

  1. Preciosas. Feliz día de San Valentín.

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  2. All beautiful blooms but I bet those hyacinths smell devine.

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    1. You're right Lisa, they do. My living room smells spring.

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  3. Oh Wow...you are surrounded by so many colours. There is spring already in your home. Pretty flowers and photos.
    I wish you a very nice day. :)

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    1. I am, Aga, glad you like my photos, thank you!

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  4. You have a beautiful spring at home and fragrant. Have a nice day.

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    1. Spring is at my home, thank you Giga!

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  5. Such vibrant and pretty blooms. Soon spring will bring such wonders to your outside garden as well!

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    1. I'd love to Peter, wait for first vernal days.

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  6. Hello Nadezda!
    Wonderful pictures of your blooms!
    Such beautiful colors!
    My favorite are tulips and hyacinths!!
    What a lovely treat for the eyes!
    Have a happy day!
    Dimi...

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    1. Yes, it's a treat for eyes, Dimi. Enjoy good weather in Greece!

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  7. Hello Nadezda!

    Beautiful photos and flowers! I long very much for spring.
    I wish you a nice evening!

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    1. Marit, thank you for stopping by my blog! Hope you liked to be here.

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  8. Hello Dear Nadezda ❤️
    A wonderful relationship, beautiful flowers and great photos, as always.

    Happy day!
    Hugs and kisses.
    Lucja

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    1. Thank you Lucja, have a nice weekend!

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  9. Preciosas todas para este día Nadezda
    Besos
    Te dejo la receta del Calderillo bejarano para 4 personas
    Ingredientes
    Ternera de 2ª 1’2 kg
    Aceite 2 dl. Cebolla 0’2 kg
    Pimiento verde 0’2 kg. Tomate natural 0’2 kg
    Pimentón dulce. Pimiento morrón (0’2 kg)
    6 Dientes de ajo. Patatas 2kg. Guisantes 0’3 kg
    Perejil, Sal, Laurel (1 hoja)
    Elaboración:
    Limpiar la carne y las hortalizas. Cortar la ternera en pequeños dados. Rehogar la carne junto con la cebolla y el pimiento cortado. Una vez rehogado, añadir el tomate picado. Agregar el pimentón y unmachado de ajo y perejil. Cantidad necesaria hasta que se cubra la carne. Sazonar con sal y el laurel. Cuando la carne está a media cocción, se añaden las patatas troceadas y se dejan cocer. Una vez cocido todo se adicionan los guisantes y el pimiento morrón cortado en juliana.

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    1. Gracias por la receta, Laura. Tengo todos los ingredientes, excepto las especias. Voy a comprar y cocinar comida española.

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  10. Надежда,прекрасное цветение в феврале!Орхидея красивая,,сочетание цветов понравилось.Гиацинт,тюльпан ,,,мои восхищения!

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    1. Орхидея дендробиум приятно пахнет, это было для меня сюрпризом :-)
      Желаю весеннего настроения, Надежда.

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  11. We have a bowl of hyacinths in the porch that fill the house with perfume whenever the porch door is opened.

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    1. Oh, that's so wonderful, Sue. Thank you and wish warm vernal days!

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  12. Dear Nadezda. I see you have showed us some beautiful flowers from inside your home. It must be to cold to grow tulips and hyacinth flowers in this time of year outside in your country. They look so vibrant and colourful. In my garden I can see the first crocuses emerging. You have to wait a little longer, but remember the best is still to come! Warm groetjes Hetty

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    1. You're right Hetty, there is too cold to grow vernal flowers outside. But I have some potted tulips in my greenhouse. When the sun warms the first flowers will sprout there.

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  13. So lovely! Nothing like some indoor blooms to keep us happy till spring arrives.

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    1. Right words, Rose. Indoors flowers keep us in good mood.
      Have a nice weekend!

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  14. Nadezda-all your indoor blooms are so beautiful! Flowers do bring so much joy to the inside during the wintertime months. Thanks for the touch of Spring!

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    1. Wintertime months are long and grey, so you're right Lee, these flowers light days.

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  15. How lovely to have these beauties blooming in your home. A prelude to Spring. I'm sure the sight and perfume lift your spirit. Thank you for sharing with us.

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    1. You're completely right Betty. Hyacinth fragrance is strong and gives a feeling of spring.

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  16. Orchids are winter stalwarts! No to mention forced bulbs! All are very lovely!

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    1. This dendrobium is fragrant that was a surprise for me, Tistou. It's coming spring.

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  17. Orchids are beautiful and interesting but somehow strange. I always love the look of hyacinths close up, all those tiny flowers going to make up one large one. I am always pleased to see Spring flowers!

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    1. So am I Jenny. Hyacinth means spring coming to me, its flavor is unforgettable.

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  18. Wonderful orchid! Is it easy to cultivate a Dendrobium?

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    1. Sigrid, I have had many phalaenopsis and can say that dendrobium is easier to grow than phalaenopsis, it flowers more often. Some of dendrobiums and mine too are fragrant.

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