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Jigsaw puzzle online of a divide in a garden where different flowers grow. White hyacinths are between blue hyacinths and red and yellow tulips.

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elijah13
Jul 20, 2018
So colorful! Not too hard a puzzle to do.
CatLadyOKC
Apr 4, 2017
Beautiful spring flowers, most of mine are gone now have an early warm spring here this year. Got early start, possible storms again today.
CatLadyOKC
Apr 4, 2017
PS. It's late evening here & so far no storms here, got lots of things done.....
toadalove
Jul 18, 2014
Love it!
puzzlequeen59
Apr 30, 2014
Love the bright colors
toadalove
Apr 18, 2014
Still pretty!
denisemmmm
Apr 16, 2014
I wander what are the bits of red amongst the yellow tulips. Anyone have an idea?
Annie1749
Apr 16, 2014
Looking carefully it looks like it might be the background of maybe a house or something in the garden. Or it could just be a few red tulips mixed in.
I hope everyone has a blessed Holy Week.
trynfindit
Apr 16, 2014
Red tulips maybe?
toadalove
Apr 16, 2014
Things that make you go hmm!
CatLadyOKC
Apr 16, 2014
Looks to me like it my be some type of garden ornament or wheel barrel, not flowers. Has all most a bandana print look to it.
hockeyfan
Apr 16, 2014
I agree with toadalove.....hmmmmmmm! LOL
megat
Apr 16, 2014
Could the red be poppies maybe? hmmmmmm!
tomandray
Apr 17, 2014
Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, my guess is red tulips. :)
Taffi
Apr 17, 2014
I'm with those who go hmmmm!

It does say it's a garden divide so who knows what the red is :) A wall, fence, red wagon etc.
denisemmmm
Apr 17, 2014
Yes, Hmmmmmmmmmm! HeeHee!
PATRICIA37
Apr 16, 2014
I love tulips, too bad they do not last very much.
hockeyfan
Apr 16, 2014
Beautiful puzzle to work....!
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