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Sunday, January 4, 2009

Todays Flowers

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Happy new year to all flower lovers. It's time for us to post Today's Flowers and here's mine. You know what? I'm so impressed when I first saw these hundreds of poinsettias at Kitchener mall. So, I ask my friends to sit down for a while because I love to capture these lovely red poinsettias.

To view more flowers, visit our main site, Todays Flowers hosted by Denise B. Castro and Luiz Santilli Jr. If you love to join feel free to participate anytime you like. God bless and have a nice day.


norm

12 comments:

ksong said...

hi Norm, im ksong from http://klwheretogo.blogspot.com i already display your link in 'I Read' column. have a nice day.

ilanadavita said...

Unusual tree! Happy 2009.

Gill - That British Woman said...

what a great "Christmas Tree."

Gill in Canada

Darla said...

Wow! how pretty is that?

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Very nice photo! I love poinsettia "trees."

Happy New Year to you!

storyteller said...

What a lovely tree made from Poinsettia's! I've shared the last roses from my yard this week at Happily Retired Gal and Sacred Ruminations, especially for all those folks who are currently snowbound. I'll be cutting those bushes back in the next week or two so I'll have no NEW roses to share until Spring time.
Hugs and blessings,

kayleen said...

the poinsettas are beautiful thanks for sharing.

People with Cameras said...

That poinsettia tree is so cool!

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Hi Norm

I love so much this red flower!
Here in Brazil this flower appear in the end of the year!
Thanks for posting in TODAY'S FLOWERS!
Hope you have a Happy 2009.

Luiz

Arija said...

Certainly a novel way for a nursery to display a featured Christmas plant, nice toutch, and great that you picked it up.

Raven said...

Great photo. Looks great as a Christmas tree

Titania said...

A very impressive and alive Christmas tree. Red Poinsettias are so vibrant, I love them in my garden, where they flower all through winter into spring. Happy New Year, Norm, and good luck in all your endeavours.