Xanth means yellow and as soon as I found that out I thought I’d have to move my Y post to X. Y was surely for yellow flowers, no, x is now that.
We’re talking yellow flowers in my garden. There’s a few.
Cow-slip, daffodil (not got any pretty pics, here’s what mine look like today).
Winter jasmine (see J), bay (I almost didn’t even notice the bay was in flower), dandelion (all gone over so here’s the wind blown version of seeds) and don’t forget…. Ahh, I’ve now remembered my Y was going to be for a specific yellow flower, I’ll leave that for tomorrow.
My AtoZ Blogging Challenge is all about gardening, Lynne style.
If you’ve enjoyed reading this post why not see what others are doing too during 2017 AtoZ Blogging challenge, look in the comments on the letter of the day blog or like their facebook page. I look forward to seeing you back here tomorrow.
Last year I did colours and chose xanthic for x and yellow for y 🙂 https://philjackman.wordpress.com/2016/04/28/twenty-six-days-of-colour-xanthic-atozchallenge/
Great minds think alike, I’m just a year behind them…
You say Xanthic I say Xanth, what’s in a name.. I’ll pop by and take a look when I can read it and not be rushed.. Many thanks for popping by again. We’re sooo nearly finished. No spoilers for my Y..
So nearly finished. I’ve been thinking about next year…
I didn’t know Xanth meant yellow. I used it last year in my World-building theme, since Piers Anthony used it for the name of his world in A Spell for Chameleon 🙂
You and Phil used it last year then. I’ve not found anyone else using it yet this year.
Perfect choice for ‘X’.
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Thanks donna, looks like you’ve got a lot of words for yours.
I love seeing cowslips when I’m wandering on the downs. They are so delicate
Another day in Amble Bay!
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