Saturday, February 28, 2009

Pink Saturday



Kimberly at How Sweet The Sound hosts Pink Saturday.
After some problems with my computor, that are not completely solved, I'm joining again.

For me, pink things are usualy flowers.
So, the one in the top is that azalea that I posted before about it. It is still blooming in full force. I'm amazed how nice the plant still looks.



This one is from one of my african violets, the last I bought and the more pink one.



These plants I bought at the market some time ago and they are growing very nicely and nice they are with its pink leaves.



For now they are standing in my kitchen windowsill but I'm planing to put them outside. Let's see if they like it or not.



Until next saturday.

11 comments:

MyThoughtsMyVoice said...

YOu must have a green thumb to produce such beautiful flowers/plants. I know flowers are to be beautiful and is expected to have the pink color but the leaves with pinks are pretty too. :-)

Happy Pink Saturday

Sandra said...

My goodness, if only I could have such beautiful plants in my house...they are beautiful and of course my favorite color, pink.

Beijinhos,
Sandra

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Paula, these are so very lovely! We have azaleas blooming right now, and I love them SO much. Your other flowers are beautiful as well.

Happy Pink Saturday!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Gabriela said...

Happy Pink Saturday!

Love all your pink shots!

Lovely plants.


~ Gabriela ~

Mimi said...

Thanks so much for sharing this week. I can't think of anything to cheer me up more in my sub-zero temps than a Pink Saturday. Your offering is marvelous!

Lulu said...

beautiful flowers..I also love that plant with the pink leaves, thats beautiful..

Beti Copetti said...

Esta plantinha das últimas fotos é chamada aqui de "camisa de pintor"! Nome bonitinho, né?

Susan said...

Happy Pink Saturday

Susan

Claudia said...

Lovely pink flowers - they make me smile! Happy Pink Saturday!

Kathleen said...

Your plants are beautiful, and full of the promise of spring. I kill all my plants...to have a green thumb is really a gift from God, Kathleen

Kim-free classified posting said...

These are definitely beautiful flowers!You must have been so gifted to make them grow and bloom like this!