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White Freesia


By Siris

White Freesia (Freesia)

A so-called outdoor Freesia, growing in a pot in the cool conservatory, where the scent can be appreciated. It must be too warm in there as the stem is at least 2 ft long.

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Feeling envious as this year I lost the o ones I'd had for many years.. Send me a sniff of yours please...

5 Feb, 2016


Only the one flower open so far, not a room-full of scent.

5 Feb, 2016


Looks lovely , Siris .
I have cut daffodils in vases and they are giving off a spring-time waft . The smell must be good for us though ?

5 Feb, 2016


I adore the perfume .....very envious!!! not grown any for years.

5 Feb, 2016


I do like flower scents, not some leaf scents eg. don't like the smell of pelargonium leaves.

5 Feb, 2016


Yes and so do I, it is most important to have as much scent in the garden as possible........awful for my hay fever though!!

6 Feb, 2016


Thank goodness, I am not a hay fever sufferer, like losing one of your senses.

6 Feb, 2016


I can smell it from here!

7 Feb, 2016



11 Feb, 2016


Love them.... I forgot to put my pot of them into the greenhouse last year, I hope I haven't lost them.. They must be soggy.

12 Feb, 2016


Rained all day today.

13 Feb, 2016

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