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Dinner Plate Pink Dahlia

Dinner Plate Pink Dahlia is one my front yard's pride and joy. It can't be any happier where I've planted it. Right beneath my nectarine tree, it is shaded and receiving enough sunshine throughout the summer. It has produced many off-springs to be given away to many of our friends and relatives. I have also split the same bulbs to plant underneath the Fuji Apple Tree. And I am happy to note today that the Dinner Plate Pink Dahlia sisters are doing great as well.

Beyond this Pink Dahlia spill, I wanted to send a sincere request for your pardon of my lack of posts last week. I was fine and healthy, though it was one of those weeks I had to handle unexpected events beyond my control, which had consumed all my time and energy. So excuse me while I am reorganizing my thoughts, I am in the midst of figuring out how to bring all last week's excitement to Self Sagacity in a chronological order. While I think too much lag time between posts has destroy my Alexa traffic rank. Anyhow, I am not worried, do you think I am? After all, what does it mean to blog? Well, c
heck out my articles on Google Page Rank, Part I and Google Page Rank, Part II. Most importantly, stay tune for more excitement coming next week...

By Chance We Met, The Unfinished Business, Visitors in the Woods, etc...



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19 comments :

  1. I can just visualise the flower blooming slowly.

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  2. I LOVE dahlias and yours are stunning!

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  3. My dear, despite of all, thanks for taking the time to visit and leave some suggestions in my blog..
    Yeah, I did realise and I guessed as much because somehow, I seemed to be pretty 'busy' or rather 'overwhelmed' by many events taking place after one another here at my side..
    What's comforting though is knowing there is someone like you at the other side of the world, taking the time for me in whatever midst.. We will just get through this period of time just like those many times before.. But of course, this time round with more well-wishes and blessings from friends.. :)

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  4. These are gorgeous pink dahlia!

    Oh, by "chance we meet" would be a great event, and to wrap up "the unfinished business" for closure sound like great titles for a book!

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  5. This is the second dahlia shot I have seen today. They are very pretty and I am glad they are doing so well and have many relatives.

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  6. Well Mandy you continue to elevate my level of curiosity up another notch! Excitement??? What have you all been doing?
    We here in Michigan are enjoying our "Indian Summer", Fall Colors are awesome. Wish this would last.. Ugh to Winter..

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  7. I love them as they are budding. Vibrant and rich color. Just gorgeous.

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  8. Lovely dahlia! I love these Giant beauties.

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  9. The first pink dahlia is lovely, but I am far more intrigued by the series of the second one moving from bud to blossom!! I love the elongated petals on it!!

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  10. I love the flower! It is so pretty...Christine

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  11. Ohhhhh... Ammmmmm.... Geeeeee! Simply gorgeous. They look so pretty to eat too. hahaha

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  12. This flower looks like a Dragon Fruit. I see the stages in your series of shots. Did you watch it blooom and capture each moment?

    Great shot!

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  13. I love the shade. It's beautiful. Alexa comes and goes. I find that on my blog too.

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  14. what a sweet shade of pink. i admire your dedication in documenting the story of this flower.:p

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  15. Dahlias are blooming well this time of the year. Your flowers are gorgeous.

    Thanks for stopping by too, we were also away visiting the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone.

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  16. Your photos are fantastic, I would be proud to have such a flower in my garden. It's hard to keep up with blogging sometimes. I have a hard time myself so please don't feel any pressure here. Blogging should be fun for whenever you have time to share. Life gets in the way quite a bit I know. I hope next week runs more smoothly for you.

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  17. so beautiful they are, must be a joy seeing them bloom like that, truly one of your yard's pride and joy. i too cannot blog often these days, i have very limited time to go online now, and most of the time, my posts are paid, but well, we have to do what we got to do. hope you are having a good weekend.

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  18. This is such a gorgeous flower - both in and out of the bud!

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  19. Wow. these are beautiful! When I was a mere child I met another child by the name of Dahlia. I loved her name. I wanted her name. I've never forgotten her name and every time I see this name I remember that person. I wish I remembered her face.

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