A gift from a very dear friend which bloomed just in time for Christmas.
We decided to name her Mary Alice in keeping with my friend's family tradition.
On January 08 2010 277 Views
Cecile2006 On 01/01/2011
I hope you are well.
Happy New Year ! I wish you the best for you and your family.
Hikingangel On 27/12/2010
beauiful happy holidays
Lali_bren_marixa On 03/05/2010
te doi mi msn personal sii me agregai dale ? :$
Arwal60 On 13/01/2010
Wow that seems much bigger than any of these 'amaryllis' that we have here . Such a beautiful flower! I would think that all your guests visiting you, would have something very positive to add on seeing it in the corner
Best wishes and an amazing 2010
Hikingangel On 13/01/2010
Cecile2006 On 10/01/2010
Very nice flower. I think it smells good, isn't it ? A beautiful gift.
Mazidote5 On 09/01/2010
Thankyou for the good wishes,we are ok thanks and must say we have lived in these cold winters for many years ,its all in the game as they say.
What is the weather like out there in Spain?
Elsvanderpalen On 09/01/2010
Mine name is elsvanderpalen and I saw you by mine friends and I saw this picture and the words you wrote. Its a beautiful picture and I love this flower.
Have a nice day.
Dimilinchen On 09/01/2010
What a lovely gift and wonderful colour of the Amaryllis.
I was given one for my birthday at the beginning of November and it lasted until christmas! It had 3 stems , each of them with 4 flowers!
Yes, I have a fireplace in my entrance hall and I have it light every day in the evening. It is the cosiest place in the house in winter.
here you see a picture of it and another one which may like.
Glaciergirl1 On 09/01/2010
Wow! What a lovely symbol of friendship! And a great name too.
Marjoriecat On 08/01/2010
Lovely, and of course, beautifully decorated for Christmas.
Chilly in Dunoon, (Dad phoned) but only(!) about -2º though will probably go colder later. House is warm though, and they will be ok.
Hope you are not too busy at work yet.
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