Time for Japanese irises on Long Island
And always time to go to the green market at Union Square.
A good hunting ground for aging hippies and green type people. (Include me in!)
Ramps looking swirly
and ranunculus looking vivid.
So very pretty!
Who knew that radishes had flowers?!
Union Square, as ever, a flower lovers’ paradise.
It's such a good thing that there are flowers to look forward to after a long dark winter. You are blessed to have such a sumptuous and plentiful market to feed the heart and soul as well as body. My Japanese iris and poppies are also blooming. Hooray!ReplyDelete
Warmest greetings, dear Eileen!Delete
I have been rather out of the blogging loop. Hope all is well your end!
Now that's what I call a smorgasbord for the eyes. I've planted radish for more than thirty years and have never seen them flower. Beautiful.ReplyDelete
I never saw a radish flower either - I think you can eat them - well, you could if you wanted to!!Delete
We eat radish greens but never saw flowersDelete
What exciting bold beautiful colors.ReplyDelete
The flowers are beyond lovely.
You are so lucky to live in a place where you can visit this.
yes, the colors were extra stunning!Delete
Elizabeth, the little beauty in the cloche is a true beauty.ReplyDelete
The Union Sq market seems to at last be moving beyond root veg and apples...a time to celebrate. Hope to visit there again with you soon. I imagine that everyone seeing your swell photos will wish they could also easily visit this brilliant market.
Yes, lots of new veggies - at last!Delete
We’ll be there before you know it!
Very beautiful, Elizabeth - so many textures and colors. Gotta love the aging hippies!ReplyDelete
Those ranunculus are such exquisite colours.ReplyDelete
That second picture is such fun.ReplyDelete