Friday, 9 May 2014

One Photo in Twenty Words ~ Buttercups

Today, I’m linking up with Abi at Creating Paper Dreams.

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Does this mean the grass needs cutting? Can’t really call it a lawn. The fields underneath are making a comeback.

23 comments:

Sian said...

They're prettier than the dandelions our lawn is currently sporting. I'd be tempted to leave them for a bit longer!

Sheena said...

I'd leave it a little longer & enjoy the colours x

Ruth said...

I'm another who would leave them be.

Jane said...

so pretty, I would wait.

KraftyKaren said...

I love all the little flowers that pop up in a lawn - even the dandelions - I get quite sad when Mr P mows and they all go.

Katarina said...

The power of flowers!

scrappyjacky said...

We've got more weeds than grass....but at least buttercups are pretty.

Nathalie said...

They're so pretty! Save the buttercups! :)

alexa said...

Ah, now some of the comments about your buttercups on other blogs make sense! They are lovely ... we had loads last year but dandelions reign supreme this year.

Abi said...

I think they are lovely. I love seeing the freshness of the green with the yellow!

Mel said...

Leave it! Lovely and bright!

My simple life said...

Very pretty :) Its too wet to cut now just leave them lol

Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

Oh gosh, that would be tough to chop down!

Karen said...

I too think you should leave them. Loved buttercups as a child and still do now.

debs14 said...

Reminds me of being a child and holding buttercups under your chin, if you saw a reflection of yellow it meant you liked butter!

Miriam said...

Hi Fiona, yes leave them a bit longer. Weeds are flowers too once you get to know them x

Amy said...

Nope, don't cut them!

Louise said...

A good excuse not to cut the grass :)

Sandra said...

Too pretty to cut

Gail said...

Oh they are so much better than the dandelions around here. I'd leave them for awhile.

Jo said...

Oh leave it and have a carpet of yellow :) x

ally said...

there are such a pretty flower/weed lol

S said...

Love this picture. We used to have these in our yard all the time when I was little. I was crushed when Dad explained one day that they are weeds.