Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Seasons Greetings

This euphorbia is locally called snow on the mountain and it only flowers at Christmas time.

The poinsettia whose humble roots began Mexico, is now a symbolic plant at Christmas

I was passing through the famous Sandy Lane Estates where I couldn't help admire this display and gardens.
Christmas is now upon us and everyone is dashing and dancing, and also shopping for the last minute presents and food. My kitchen is not finished however I am not going to loose any sleep over that. I will now take this opportunity to wish everyone a safe and peaceful Christmas and a healthy and brighter 2010.


  1. Merry Christmas to you and your family as well! Don't stress over the small stuff! The poinsettia is beautiful. It looks like my summer poinsettia I have (it is hot pink and green instead of the traditional red and green). Enjoy your time!

  2. Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you and your family.

  3. Merry Christmas to you as well. I love your Poinsettia, their colors are so vibrant.

  4. What an oppportunity to see those snow on the mountain :-D Thank you for posting. That poinsettia is a beauty! Love the bright pink colour. Thank you for your season's greetings. I wish you and your family the same too. Have a blessed Christmas and a wonderful new year!

  5. Helen, I am really glad to know you via Blotanical. Thank you for brightening up my life. Now I would like to wish you a Very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

  6. Beautiful pics. Merry Christmas to you and your family!

  7. Merry Christmas to you! Lovely blooms!

  8. Hello Dear Helen,
    I just know your Christmas was Merry with all the goodies Miss Rose baked. Can't wait to see that new kitchen when it's finished... so grateful for you as I count my blessings this season.

  9. Love the poinsettas, they are blooming everywhere here too! feliz ano nuevo!


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