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Jigsaw puzzle for free online of fragrant purple lilacs. The lilacs have been brought inside and placed in a basket.


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Nov 13, 2017
Love the smell. Used to have a lilac bush up north but not in Florida.
Sep 25, 2016
I have several lilacs around my cottage they smell so sweet them and my lilies love them
May 12, 2016
One of my faves. We had a huge bush in my childhood home yard. It was beneath my second floor bedroom and I can dredge up the fragrance wafting into the open window and lulling my sister and me into dreamland.
Aug 13, 2015
My Mother's favorite flower was lilacs, every time I see them or smell them I remember her as she is in Heaven, her new home. Thanks for this puzzle Crazy 4 Jigsaw Staff,
Jul 31, 2015
Pretty-I am a faster solver than today, but not bad using my left hand due to carpal tunnel surgery.
Jul 31, 2015
Hi, Jean - I've had carpal tunnel surgery too! The left hand wasn't too bad, but when I had the right one done (I'm right-handed) it was tricky - especially doing left-handed eye make-up!!!!!
Aug 4, 2015
Hi, jiggler-yep, right hand much more difficult. i'm about 10 days out on the surgery, first day with only minor pain. Waiting for better! Puzzles save my sanity!
Jul 31, 2015
I love lilacs, but, these are a little to close so I can't really appreciate them.The color of the table does not highlight the flowers. I have a lilac tree that grows in my minuscule back yard and needs to be trimmed because it is rubbing on the roof. I really don't want to cut any of it off. It's kind of struggling to make it right now and will be really skinny when it is trimmed back.

God bless you all.
Aug 2, 2015
Actually, trimming it might make it bloom next year even better. They need to be trimmed right after blooming or late in the fall.
Aug 2, 2015
Thank you for the info. I will put off trimming it until late fall.
Aug 2, 2015
I love lilacs. We have the annual lilac parade each may in our
lilac city---spokane, washington.
Jul 31, 2015
Well, phooey. When I moved into this house I had the landscapers plant a lilac bush for me. It is a great big huge thing right now, but it gets flowers for only about two weeks every spring. I kinda sorta thought I'd get a few more flowers than that! Must be my desert (locale--about 3500 ft) that spoils it for me. Pah! I do love those lilacs!
Jul 31, 2015
I do love the scent & look of the flowers from lilacs too Starrphyre- and share your dismay that they only last for a short while. Same with peonies. I keep hoping someone will find a way to hybridize them and make their beauty last longer.
Jul 31, 2015
Kind of usual for the old kinds of lilacs. I think there are some varieties that bloom for a month--Japanese, maybe. I have a couple of the big ones, and somewhere ended up with a smaller one, less than 3 feet, but it spreads like crazy! It is the color of these. My tallest is 10! and is darkest purple.
Jul 31, 2015
Here in Alaska, our peonies bloom from June through August, even later some years. We have a thriving industry selling blooms to florists world-wide.
Jul 31, 2015
My goodness Starrphyre, where do you live?

The only time I see lilacs are when we go to NC and they've already bloomed and are just dried bunches on the plants.

xy, I dearly love peonies but sure can't grow them down here.
Aug 1, 2015
Trynfindit, I live in the Arizona high desert at about 3, 500 ft. I figure it just gets too hot soon after my lilac blooms. I fell in love with them in Washington state not too far from the ocean. Oh well, lots of stuff grows there--I should know better!
Aug 1, 2015
"...I should know better! "

I know what you mean. I often try to grow something that isn't for our region. Even though we are in Fla Key lime trees aren't supposed to grow this far north, but we have one in our yard that is a lovely producer.
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