Friday, 30 April 2010

A Rainbow in my garden

This is my easy way of remembering the colours of the rainbow (may come in useful if you find your self on "Who wants to be a millionaire".

Richard (red)

Of (orange) - try hard to ignore the very sad dead daffy!
York (yellow)


Gave (green)

Battle (blue)

In (Indigo - poetic licence invoked!!)


Vain (violet)



Richard of York, gave battle in vain. Remember where you heard it and send me a share in your winnings!!!





13 comments:

A Bun Can Dance said...

I love your garden rainbow! I had rainbow washing this week too :-)
Rainbows certainly are the most delightful of things to spot in the world around us, aren't they?
Have a lovely weekend,
Denise x

Michela said...

...only now I've discovered your very big green thumb!!! ..I'm not going to ask you their names!
Looking forward to reading about another one of your mad weekends!
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Sandie's Patch said...

It's about the only(big name for this way of remembering things...?)I can remember! LOL!
I thought about you today, as I picked up a lovely little heart- shaped stone...it's gone in with the collection!
Have a great Bank holiday weekend!

Sandie xx

Kathy said...

I am drawn to rainbow colours in life, and have to arrange things in rainbow order - even if some of the colours are missing.
Love your garden!
Love Kathy xxx

Jill said...

Love you rainbow flower pics.

Have fun over the Bank Holiday. Fingers crossed the weather stays fine.

bad penny said...

My way for remembering too - never fails !

Tabiboo said...

A wonderful rainbow of colour - dead daffs included!

Have a wonderful weekend and lots of adventures,

Nina xx

bekimarie said...

I had long forgotten that saying, thank you for reminding.
Thank you for your lovely comment on my Etsy post, it really did make me smile. As for those night sweats, hope you get over them soon but in the mean time you'd better email me your address ; )
Have a great weekend

Beki xxx

Lyn said...

I don't think I have taht many colours blooming at the mo in my garden1 well done, (what dead daffodil!)
Love
Lyn
xxx

winnibriggs said...

Love your rainbow plants, even those with only a poetic licence.

Marie said...

Lucky you having all that colour in your garden. Your use of poetic licence is fine by me!

mandycharlie said...

Very pretty.

RosieP said...

Lovely pictures, so pretty

Hugs RosieP x