Saturday, August 18

B is for Bougainvillea

This is the second week of my floral alphabet. You might remember the bougainvillea I started in 2010?! It was never finished. This week I made a smaller plant for the garden center.


B is for Bougainvillea!

Now I have an Agapanthus, a Bougainvillea and a Calla Lilly.  I made the calla lily a while ago. It will have to count for the "C" in my alphabet of flowers.


I'm going to have to skip a week to finish my gift for Caterina's Summer Swap. My gift is going to Kaisa in Finland. It has to be mailed by next Saturday so I'd better get busy!  :D

When I finish Kaisa's gift, I will start a letter "D" plant. Not sure what that one will be?

Hope you have a great weekend!






11 comments:

amamon said...

Me encanta tu blog!!!! ¡Eres una artista haciendo plantas!!!!
Saludos admirativos desde Canarias

Ilona said...

Hi Kathi! Let's guess, the flower with D = D of daisy?? All the plants/flowers you've made are wonderful.
Greetings, Ilona

carmen said...

me encanta esa idea del abc floral...ojalá pudiera yo hacer tantas plantas diferentes....

Idske said...

They are just lovely! How about a datura for D? Nice big tropical flowers. This is going to be a very special garden centre! I always look forward to reading your posts, Idske

maribel said...

Son preciosas las plantas.

Mins said...

Hi Kathi, your plants are really gorgeous! How about D for daffodil? I looooove daffodils!
Hugs & kisses
Mins xxx

Kathi said...

Thanks everyone! I am really having fun with my A,B,C flowers.

I like Idske's idea of making a datura. I have a beautiful yellow one in my front yard. We call it an Angel's trumpet here. :D

Rebecca Micallef said...

They look lovely Well done

Minis-B-Happenin' said...

Your flowers are great! What patience you have!!! Love the bougainvillea! I have two fushia ones in the yard.

Jody B. Raines said...

Just beautiful!

Sandie said...

Your bougainvillia is great Kathi, very colourful and so pretty. It will look so good in your shop. How about delphinium for D? Or daisy? Hugs, Sandie