Flower Border Fence Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of an old rural fence. Pretty orange flowers border the fence.

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pieces71
May 12, 2017
Woodn't it be nice to have a garden like that.
elijah13
Oct 21, 2016
Not an easy puzzle but a good one. Wish flowers like this could stay blooming all year! Guess I'm a dreamer.
elijah13
Sep 8, 2016
Such beautiful flowers.
ParsonWayne
Apr 28, 2016
Without the wood behind it, the flowerbed would be defenseless.
pixipixil
Apr 28, 2016
I heard the homeowner was going to tear it down. That's why they're picketing.
cindyj28
Apr 28, 2016
WOW~!!!! ~ Heads are sharp today.
ParsonWayne
Apr 28, 2016
Good one, pixipixil! I wood never say anything like that.
pixipixil
Apr 29, 2016
I hope I haven't given o-fence.
ParsonWayne
May 1, 2016
Pixipixil, you woodn't ever give o-fence to me.
ParsonWayne
May 2, 2016
What kind of fences do you have pixipixil? I MIGHT be interested. :-)))
pixipixil
May 2, 2016
Chain link which I HATE but in this neighborhood where dogs are supposed to be leashed but often aren't, we need that kind of fence. It isn't as ugly since I painted it creamy white. The cats still get in along with everything else. Just not the dogs. Thank God for small favors. It needs repainting.
ParsonWayne
May 4, 2016
They are better that chain un-link, but you probably have seen right through that solution.
pixipixil
May 4, 2016
I think there's a hole in your logic.
ParsonWayne
May 5, 2016
Just like in your fence. I enjoy Battling wits with people, but some people are unarmed. lol Not YOU of course. You have such a sharp mind you must carry a lot of bandages from cutting yourself with your wit.
cindyj28
May 5, 2016
ParsonWayne & Pixipixil, you two are just too funny. Love reading you responses.
pixipixil
May 5, 2016
Join us any time, Cindy. The more the punnier.
pixipixil
May 5, 2016
Goodness, Parson. Does that mean I'm shooting myself in the foot by shooting off my mouth?
nlbuchanan
Apr 28, 2016
I am always amazed at how the pieces of the oval all fit together. They look like they never can possibly fit, and yet they do. Sometimes I feel that way about the pieces of my life but God puts them all together and they make a beautiful picture! Thank you God.

And may He bless you all in the same way.
dbnc2
Apr 29, 2016
I like doing the oval too
vmarie
May 2, 2016
A beautiful thought, nlbuchanan.
Jingles
Apr 28, 2016
Very, very pretty.

We finally got some rain and my sinus and allergies are so much better. They really had me down for a couple days with all the pollen flying around. Do any of you have this problem?

God loves you and so do I.
aknan
Apr 28, 2016
Jingles, it's amazing how a good rain clears the air, settling all the dust, mold spores and pollen. We sure could use one up here in Anchorage! It's just about time for the spruce pollen to start and the cottonwoods will soon be dropping their purple seed covers. Benedryl and Zyrtec will become my best friends!
nlbuchanan
Apr 28, 2016
My allergies have been going crazy. Rain, sun, rain, sun. pollen, relief, pollen, relief,...Ugh!!!!
Barbaranne
Apr 28, 2016
I believe that marigolds grown among roses are good for keeping black fly away. Very pretty border, but a pity that the area in front needs some weeding and cutting.
hope you are all well and enjoying life, may the God who is love fill you with His love so that you can over flow the love wherever it is needed. Goodnight and God bless.
pixipixil
Apr 28, 2016
Barbaranne--I had the same thought abut the lawn in front--more weeds than lawn (like mine unfortunately) and looking shaggy (also like mine). Marigolds are supposed to repel bugs. Usually I hear they do tomatoes a favor. I never heard about roses.
nlbuchanan
Apr 28, 2016
They reportedly repel aphids from roses and other bugs from other plants as well. Very useful as well as very pretty.
jozeey
Apr 28, 2016
I believe the orange flowers are marigolds. A friend of mine called them 'blooming idiots' because she could get them to flourish anywhere she planted the seeds!
JUDY2014
Apr 28, 2016
I have birds (Doves) that eat all my Marigolds...so I wait for them to go on sale so I can buy them their special treat.
pixipixil
Apr 28, 2016
And I thought I was a bird lover. Maybe feeding birds flowers is cheaper than bird seed. That stuff is sure expensive--especially if you want to attract more then starlings and sparrows.
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