are definitely another Flighty’s favourite.
Have a good weekend!
What delicate beauties! I love the colour.xxx
Snowbird they are. Me too. xx
Reblogged this on Linda's wildlife garden and commented:
Awesome post and thank you for sharing have a blessed evening
Linda thanks. xx
Haven`t come across those before Flighty
David as well as several vegetable varieties which can be left to grow and flower, like these, there’s Cichorium intybus which is a wild flower. Cheers.
Joanne they sure are. xx
Wonderful, and a new flower to me. Such a delicate blue, I love it. Great header photo as well. CJ xx
CJ see my comment to Motcombegardens/David above. Me too. Thanks. xx
I have so much trouble getting decent photos of Chicory flowers and you’ve made it look easy with three gorgeous blooms! Have a nice weekend too Flighty!
Doris I usually have problems with photographing these so guess I was lucky this time. Thanks. xx
Love chicory in the garden, your photo is so absolutely wonderful.
They are an astonishing shade of blue. Gorgeous.
Rain is forecast for this weekend but that is good we could do with a good soak.
Chloris they sure are, on both counts. Rain was due here today but none so far, maybe tomorrow and we could indeed. xx
They are a lovely colour aren’t they? Delicate but vibrant. Have a good one yourself 🙂
Mo they sure are, on both counts. Thanks. xx
Very pretty, and a gorgeous colour.
Jo they really are. xx
Elaine eye-catching that’s for sure. xx
No surprise they are a favorite. As pretty as marguerites.
Nikki indeed not. They sure are. xx
Oohh they are delightful little flowers. xx
Carrie and there are lots of them on a plant that’s well over six feet tall! xx
One of my favourites, used to have a patch in the back garden garden but they don’t seem to have sprung up this year.
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