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Mar 1, 2012

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Happy Thursday!



  1. Gorgeous! Dahlias are one of the most incredible flowers ever. Lovely blog.
    Clare |

  2. bloom boxx says:

    As always, all are beautiful. My favorites are the classic arrangement with burgundy tones in the footed pewter dish – and the bouquet with the large pastel pink dahlia bloom, surrounded by thistle.

  3. Mimi says:

    After peonies, dahlias are my new favorite flowers. I used a lot of then in the fall. When I look at their intricate petal work,I am once again amazed by God’s handiwork.


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