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Buon mese di Giugno! / Have a merry month of June!

Giugno è arrivato da qualche giorno, perciò sono un po' in ritardo, ma vi auguro un buon inizio di mese, in attesa dell'arrivo dell'estate, e per farlo vi regalo un fiorellino di una pianta che da me sboccia puntuale ogni anno proprio a giugno, so che è quasi estate quando fiorisce. 
A presto!

June's arrived a few days back, so I'm a bit late, but I hope you all have a nice month, as we wait for Summer to come. Here's a tiny flower for you, this plant blooms every year just when June begins, so I know it's almost Summer when I see its flowers. 
See you soon!


  1. Have a lovely month ,Melatia !!!!
    Lovely flower !!!!!

  2. Anch'io ho questo fiore nell'aiuola!! Solo che qui la stagione in cui fiorisce è già è bello sapere che ce l'hai anche tu...è come accorciare un pochino le distanze....Buon giugno anche a te!!

  3. Such a pretty flower!! A wonderful June for you as well, dear :-)
    Greetings, Nata

  4. We are in June but here it looks like april...we have wind and rain...
    Have a great weekend !

  5. Happy June,happy weekend!


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