Great Burnet

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Hi everyone!
Here is today’s sketch, Great Burnet. They are popular in flower shops in this season and Violet loves this small,cute flowers! She has decorated a bunch of them on the table❤️
And here is me wants to know what kind of smell they have!

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30 responses to “Great Burnet

  1. Gawjuss. And it is so good to see Malus smiling

  2. Thank you so much dear Al for your kind comment😃❤️❤️❤️

  3. Good to see Malus back in action and your lovely art popping up in my inbox, Violet xx

  4. lovely delicate painting Violet. I don’t think we have that flower here, looks a bit like lavender. Nice to see Malus being inquisitive 🙂

    • Thank you so much dear Victoria!
      They are cute flowers! They don’t have any smell.
      As I read in Wikipedia , It is native throughout the cooler regions of the Northern Hemisphere in Europe, northern Asia, and northern North America.
      It seems it is a family of herbs❤️

  5. I love your curious whiskers, sweet Malus. Strength and good health to you. Those flowers are adorable, Violet. Crossing my fingers for the lab test ♥

  6. Ah, you are so cute, Malus and so are those flowers Violet sketched! 🙂 xx

  7. Such pretty little flowers. Violet’s painting is perfect! You are looking well today Malus 🙂

  8. Very sweet. But what kind of smell do they have, Malus?

  9. Lovely and delicate Violet and so nice to see Malus back on his feet 🙂

  10. Love your sketch and glad to see Malus is looking better!

  11. Very pretty Violet.

  12. Oh how wonderful – great shadowing too! Malus is happy ~

  13. So beautiful – similar to a plant I grow in my yard, known as “firecrackers”. It may be the same thing!
    How is Malus? He seems to be fine!

  14. A truly lovely post.

  15. Beautiful and delicate! Nice to see you looking well Malus!

  16. so pretty & graceful…

  17. I saw something like this on my walk. You did a great job, and the shadows nicely lifted the sprig off of the page.

    • Thank you so much dear Lucy for your kind comment!❤️
      They are Autumn flower(well better to say plants) and even can use for dried flower too. They don’t change color.
      xxxxx

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