Recently I have fallen pretty hard for these.
A couple weeks ago I bought a small bunch and they never seem to die.
Well, clearly they do in fact expire, but dried they still look like this - vibrant and yellow.
They are a great investment flower!
And they are about the only evidence around here that it is, in fact, spring.
Especially if you totally adore how they give the appearance of having recently escaped
out of a of Dr. Seuss storybook.
I feel about as pleased with my little blossoms as Horton here.




Oh, and I was featured over here yesterday.
Isn't that nice?


 
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