Monday, July 6, 2020

Rogue Tulips And Dazzling Colour

Rogue tulips: often found in a bed of tulips, the work, perhaps, of a squirrel gardener. One often finds them in the flower beds during the festival.

23 comments:

  1. I wonder if the gardeners ever go round to remove them to keep their displays immaculate.

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  2. We have an entire regiment of squirrel gardeners!

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  3. ...it pays to an individual.

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  4. Squirrels make rather unsatisfactory gardeners in my experience, though you can't fault them for endeavor.

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  5. Individualism is alive and well.

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  6. @fun60: who knows?

    @David: no doubt.

    @Tom: indeed.

    @John: true.

    @Anvilcloud: I agree.

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  7. Hello,
    They looks so beautiful, nice of the squirrels to help out with the gardening! Enjoy your day, have a great new week!!

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  8. "Squirrel gardener"...I love that.

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  9. I like to see the rebel tulips, however they get there. :-)

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  10. In some of these beds the tulips are rather far apart.

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  11. I wonder if they pull all the bulbs up and then replant them in the fall...or just leave them for squirrel gardeners!

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  12. Squirrels are working behind the scenes.

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  13. I think the squirrels like a salad of tulip flowers. You often see them nibbling away on the blossoms!

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  14. You make me hear lovely pastoral music!

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  15. They not only dazzle, but the colors delight the eye. Tweeted.

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  16. I didn't know Tulips could be such rogues!

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  17. The chipmunks, the squirrels, and even the birds are such interesting gardeners.

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  18. Always love the rogue in the group William 😊

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  19. @Eileen: thanks!

    @Sharon: It's appropriate.

    @DJan: I do as well.

    @Agnieszka: thanks!

    @Red: yes, less density in some beds.

    @Barbara: they do take the bulbs out after the blooming is done, and plant things that grow into the fall. In October they replant the bulbs.

    @Bill: that they are.

    @RedPat: they do!

    @Cloudia: thanks!

    @Mari: thank you.

    @Furry Gnome: it seems an appropriate term for tulips out of place.

    @Joanne: that they are.

    @Grace: I do as well.

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  20. I love to find the odd Tulip. Never thought of Squirrels but figured it was left in the ground when the other bulbs were pulled up
    MB

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  21. I don't know why buy I like the idea of the rogue tulip!!

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