My succulent collection, tire garden, grandkids, crafts and embroidery.
Well, I would have never guessed from your photo. They look very life-like. Just be sure to remove them when the sun turns the leaves blue-ish!
That is very funny. I didnt know you had a sneaky side Julie, but I bet they do look nice.
Hi Julie *hugs*They look sooo perfect for Valentine's Day. You did a good job planting them Julie..and..what about the little bunnykins?..did you plant him there too..*hugs*Judi
Really these are fake? They look real. ;-) You wanted color and you painted it in your garden, clever YOU!
Too funny! But a good idea . . . a little touch of beauty requiring no care. A win-win!
LOL... they look real for now :) spring time always leaves us surprises. I've often thought about adding artificial flowers to my garden as well...
You are funny Julie. Please don't leave them there after they fade and look artificial/like someone doesn't care.
I wont tell. They look great! Have a great day Julie.
They look so real the bunny came for a nibble! Oh wait, he's not real either. hehe ;)
Can't tell at all from the photo. All that colour looks lovely even if they aren't real :)
They look so real next to the real rabbit. ha ha Seriously though, the older I get the more I believe there is a place for artificial flowers. It the burst of color that counts and you chose some great ones. PS: Thanks for asking me to say hello to Phillip. He's 10 now and still spends a lot of time here but we know those days will come less often and he gets older.
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