Spring is in the Air

Red Freesia 1

Haiku 218

A little treasure

Hidden in a winter pot

Surprise! Spring Freesia


Red Freesia 2

Most of my few surviving freesias are yellow, so it was lovely to find this solitary red one popping up in an abandoned flower pot; providing a welcome warm colour in our most changeable season.

Red Freesia 3

One day the sun bakes down ferociously, then the next temperatures drop rapidly, with driving rains and howling winds.

Red Freesia 4

Throughout it all, this brave little freesia just keeps on blooming.



29 thoughts on “Spring is in the Air

    1. scifihammy Post author

      Thank you very much πŸ˜€
      Yes – Our coastal area is known as The Cape of Storms – so it’s not always blue skies . . . But mostly! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

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  1. Murphy's Law

    What a beautiful flower and such a vibrant color. It looks fragile, but is obviously anything but. Mother Nature always amazes us.

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  2. long4h2o

    Yes life is fragile but there is so much beauty in the world if one just stops and look. I guess the lesson is to enjoy the beauty while you can. Thanks for sharing this beautiful species with those of us in the other half of the world.

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