Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Carpe Diem #1772 Virginia Blue Bell

Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,

Welcome at the last episode of our festive 7th birthday month. Our celebrations are almost over only one day left to honor the "little creatures" of Mother Nature. So let's go!

What kind of "little creature" I have chosen today for your inspiration? Well ... I have chosen a beautiful small flower the Blue Bell. Let me tell you first a little bit more about the Blue Bell and more specific the Virginia Blue Bell.

Virginia bluebell flowers which are also known as Virginia cowslip are the most elegant and good looking flowers. These are persistent flowers found in North America. These are very beautiful flowers and growing them in your garden will add natural exquisiteness and beauty to the garden. If you want to grow them in your garden but you don’t get sufficient information then read this article as it contains all the facts about Virginia bluebell flowers.

Virginia Blue Bell

What a gorgeous little flower this is, a real beautiful "little creature".

I found a nice haiku written by the Unknown Haiku Poet ... Yozakura, whom I introduced here at CDHK several years ago.

purple bellflowers
swaying in the breeze -
the sound of water

© Yozakura

And here is one from my archives, not about the Virginia Blue Bell, but about the Chinese Bellflower:

fragile beauty
purple flowers like paper
Chinese bellflower

© Chèvrefeuille

And now it is up to you my dear Haijin. This episode is NOW OPEN for your submissions and will remain open until November 6th at noon (CET). I will try to publish our new episode later on.

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