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Notturno / Nocturne

La notte ha sempre una magia particolare che sfugge anche al più bello dei giorni...

Night's always magical in a way that eludes even the brightest day...


Un ringraziamento a tutte le mie lettrici vecchie e nuove, le vostre parole e i vostri post sono una grande fonte di ispirazione!

I just wanted to thank all my readers, the old and the new ones - your words and your posts are a great source of inspiration!

Aggiungo anche, visto che molte di voi sono amanti delle piante, che se vi interessasse cimentarvi in una semina di cactus e vi piacerebbe ritrovarvi tra qualche anno con qualcosa del genere potete scrivermi, vi manderei più che volentieri i suoi semi!

I also wanted to tell you, since many of you love plants, that if you're interested in trying to sow cactus plants and you'd like to have something like this in a few years, please write me, I'd be more than glad to send you its seeds!

Comments

  1. I fiori di queste piante mi stupiscono sempre.
    buon fine settimana
    Paola

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  2. What a gorgeous flower and I love the quote x

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  3. Ciaoo bellissima la frase con cui inizi il tuo post!!Incantevole il fiore...non ho mai seminato le piantine grasse chissà quanto tempo ci vuole perchè crescano...mi incuriosisce provare!!Buona settimana!!

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  4. sei dolcissima! E a volte non occorrono parole... basta esserci. e sento che tu ci sei, sempre.
    Grazie
    Annamaria

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  5. Πολύ όμορφο λουλούδι!!!Φιλιά!!!

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