Aww they're looking splendid .Noor @ Noor's Place
Pretty! I love how nature works. Even without our help. I keep my yard wild and toss fruit and vegies back there for the animals; every years something new sprouts up. Thanks for sharing these pictures.
Lucky you, last year mine were all eaten by slugs so need to start again this year!!
And they grow bigger and bigger if you let them!!! Mmmm looks like you might have your own grown-at-home Halloween pumpkin this year!! :)
This is beautiful!!! Spring is a mere three weeks away :)
What a beautiful Pumpkin bloom. I am so ready for spring and summer!!!
Beautiful! :)It's always a miracle how such big plants come out of something extremely small!Miss Drawingdream
How cool is that?? Great photos, thanks for sharing them.
I love watching pumpkins sprout and grow! Who would have thought they'd have such beautiful flowers!!! =)Ergo - Blog
Is this happening now or has it already happened? I think growing pumpkins is so rewarding :)
Amazing!!! We've done that with tomato plants before - glorious free plants - and they seem to do so much better when they pick the place to grow.
Nature just gets it right every time!
Beautiful photos!! I wish we could see flowers here in the north of Norway where I live, but I'm afraid it's too early. In a couple of months though.....I can hardly wait :)
Oooo, pretty! I love it when they do something completely unexpected like flower in February. Will you have pupkins in April? :) I lost all my squash to the dread pest last year so it's lovely to see a healthy plant.
That would be pumpkins, not pupkins!
Beautiful. As soon as I saw those photos I thought 'courgettes' (I think you call them zucchini?) so I was interested that they are pumpkin flowers. I love it when the flowers bloom, they are so full of sunlight. xxx
Oooooooo. I am making the same noise that I make when I see fireworks.
HOW GORGEOUS! Expecially on a snowy Montreal day! Love the bold colors and up close and personal snaps!
I threw a white halloween pumpkin into my garden bed---I hope the same will happen for me :) Great photos!
Beautiful pictures! They are very captivating! Nice capture:)
Yes indeed!!! Lovely shots of your new pumpkin blooms!!!!!!!!!
So cool! I had no idea that pumpkins could turn into blooms. What a beautiful cycle. :)
so pretty! this reminds me of home cause my mom would sometimes cook the flowers from our garden :)Mili from call me, Maeby
I don't think I can be any more jealous of these colors and your sunshine. It's poopy rainy here and sucks. :(
Nifty. That's all kinds of lucky. You're welcome to come throw out some seeds into my own yard. (:
That's a beauty! Bright and yellow!
The volunteers in the garden, I never know whether I should pull them up or wait to see what they will become.
Very pretty! Hubby's uncle tossed old pumpkins on the garden one year at the end of the season, not thinking that we would have a mild winter. He had a bumper crop the following year!
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Pumpkin seeds make flowers? How does that work? They're so very pretty though.7% Solution
really pretty pics
Fantastic! My husband and I are *this* close to having a rustic and minimal cabin to stay in on five acres once our lease is up this May. My head is spinning from the possibilities of a garden grown in the earth, not containers, and having space for our woodworking, a compost bin, a rain bin, and chickens! The owner said we could keep a coop. If we are able to rent it, I'm going to follow your lead and toss our pumpkins out onto the ground near the garden patch. So envious of your February blossoms... February! Oh, it really is enough to make me consider moving to Florida. Also, there's a little coffeeshop right downtown in our city that has a wealth of volunteer squash plants surrounding it, coming back every spring. It's in a converted train station and no one is sure where they came from, but they are very welcome. Growing thick and prickly on two patches of earth in the middle of a parking lot.My best,Jo Farmer
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Wow!! How cool is that!! Loving the yellow flowers. We could use a little yellow here.
So cool! I was planning on adding dirt right inside a pumpkin this fall to see if it will sprout and bloom~ I teach kindergarten so we do a lot with pumpkins!
So pretty! Love your photography.
That is awesome Wendy! So pretty.