Saturday, December 15, 2012

Gardening in Pennsylvania ~ December 2012

A pretty little bell flower that I think I remember correctly as Campanula 'Tinkerbell'.

One quiet flower in my mostly frozen garden for GBBD today...
I hope that December finds you all warm and snug, enjoying the festivities and friends of the season.

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Check out May Dreams for Garden Blogger's Bloom Day. I look forward to seeing some more color from other parts of the world this month.

13 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful blue Campanula in wintertime!

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  2. One perfect flower is better than none at all. I love the way the leaves curl to frame the flower. Christina

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  3. What a perfect gem, so beautiful in all the dreary darkness of the winter.

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  4. Tinkerbell as a name suits it so well. We thawed out just in time here for GBBD.

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  5. Wonder if that's a harebell - Camapanula rotundifolia?

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  6. I love the color of your little 'Tinkerbell". I've never had much luck with campanula, but I think they are so pretty.

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  7. What a lovely little flower in December...may the season bring you and your family joy!

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  8. Gorgeous, gorgeous. That must be good luck to have a bloom in December in your northern garden.

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  9. This frozen bloom's beauty rivals any of those in summer. It's gorgeous!

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  10. Julie, No blooms in my garden this month -- not even 'tinkerbell'. We just returned from Longwood Gardens where I got my December 'bloom fix'. Have a blessed Christmas! P. x

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    1. So glad that you were able to visit Longwood for Christmas. It is magical... and oh so nice to enjoy the conservatory on a cold day! Perhaps we will see some photos? I do not think we are going to make it out this year. Merry Christmas!
      ~Julie

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  11. Such a pretty photo of the bell flower. I love the photo of your family too. I wish you all a joyous holiday season.

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