Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Bad Hail! Bad Hail!

Before the giant, killer hail came to crush my tiny, beautiful flowers, some of them looked like this (my mommy bought me these - thank you, Mommy!):


And this:


And this:



But the prettiest were my Gala Dwarf Apple blossoms:

Aren't they gorgeous? Rather they WERE. Bad hail.

Until I write again ...

Flea

13 comments:

LaskiGal said...

Blog hopped . . . I wish I could keep this stuff alive. Beautiful! Lucky you!!! Oh, hopefully they all recover from the killer hail . . .

Beth from the Funny Farm said...

Your poor flowers! Post an after picture! :-D

Lightning Bug's Butt said...

Sure are! I took some pics today at the desert museum. Not as pretty as these, though.

Lori said...

Oh, no!!!!!! Such pretty colors! I love the Kolanchoe. They are one of my favorites. Bad, bad hail!
We might be getting some of that nasty stuff late tonight. I guess I'd better go let my pansies and snaps and daffodils know that they'll be missed...

Poltzie said...

My region has crazy weather and all of the plants here are either very hardy or they get covered at night!

Coffee Bean said...

Oh, that is so sad. Here... people get so desperate for flowers that many people around town stick fake flowers into the dirt. I'm not joking. I really should run around and take some pictures.

Kellan said...

They are beautiful. I hate how hail can shred the plants and flowers - it's happened often at my house too. Take care and have a good day - Kellan

Melissa said...

Wow, they are all beautiful but I love the purple ones the best. Bad hail, indeed.

Karen Deborah said...

I know how you feel, were under sever weather wathc all day today and I just took some pics of the new blooms. But our house is still here!

Ruthie said...

Beautiful flowers! I hope they come back later. We had Spring, but today it's snowing and blowing!

Mental P Mama said...

Beautiful...stay safe.

Tammy said...

Bad bad bad hail!!! Flowers pretty...hail bad!!! :o(

Colleen said...

oh no! poor flowers...I really hope it recovers because WOW...that is some pretty phlox and apple blossoms!