Silent Sunday, Tell a Tale of Tulips Game

Silent Sunday, Tell a Tale of Tulips Game

 

Last week while visiting the show gardens of RoozenGaarde in the Skagit Valley, about 90 minutes from Sammamish, we noticed the great names of many of the flowers.  In my Wordless Wednesday Tulips 2013 post, I highlighted many groups of flowers throughout the grounds.  I will focus on individual Tulips in this post and I have a challenge for you.  Can you tell a brief story using some or all of the names of flowers below?  It could be fun.

 

Here are several tulips in alphabetical order.

Apertif

Aperitif

Balerina

Ballerina

Barcelona

Barcelona

Cash

Cash

Double Price

Double Price

Fabio

Fabio

Kung Fu

Kung Fu

Magic Price

Magic Price

Money Maker

Money Maker

Outbreak

Outbreak

Princess Irene

Princess Irene

Purple Dream

Purple Dream

Queen of the Night

Queen of the Night

Seattle

Seattle

So, can you tell a brief story using the names of these Tulips?  I look forward to your creative results and will reward one of these with a Seattle Gift of a $5.00 Starbucks card.  Have fun!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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