Growing Energy

the life of a bulb

the life of a bulb

Remember the Paperwhites?  Last time I forced bulbs into winter bloomming was in 2011. This year  I found a few dried-up bulbs in the back of a cupboard, could barely feel a small hard kernel inside layers of dried skin.  I placed those five bulbs in water and four still had life in them.

paperwhites 2013As of today, the green shoots are about six inches tall.

Focus today on growing energy!

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About Wings of Wonder

Linda Ruddy is a creative and she works in a variety of materials including pencils, paints, paper, porcelain and fabric. Her current projects involve hand-sewn bookbinding, children's book illustrating, and writing. In 2010, two of her paintings were published in the Saddleback College literary magazine, The Wall. In the past, she has received recognition for painting and doll making. Linda lives in California with her husband and family pet. Her new blog can be found at:www.wingsofwonder.worpress.com Please visit often to see how the site develops. Following the muse, Linda Ruddy
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8 Responses to Growing Energy

  1. marilynscottwaters says:

    Inspiring! love the watercolors. Thank you for the words of encouragement. <3

  2. How exciting is that! I just love the sight of baby green in unexpected places. :-)

  3. robin says:

    Yay! I’m going to pick up some bulbs today!
    Thanks for the inspiration.
    Wonderful watercolors, Linda.

  4. catherine says:

    The bulbs that keep on giving!

    • You are so right…I almost threw the bulbs out because they felt like tissue paper layers but,like I said in my blog,there was a tiny nugget deep inside, so I took a chance to see if they would sprout.

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