Monday, February 22, 2010

Buttercup oxalis,iceland poppy, calendula in my garden

Anemone which i grew from bulbs, this one is first bloomer.

Shirely poppies, more free flowering but less delicate then ice land ones

Iceland poppies, my favorite.

Calendula, they come in bi-colors too.

Oriental lily, very fragrant. The aroma fills the whole home not just room.

Nasturtiums

I love oxalis and bees love too. Very adaptable to our warm climate.

Bees love this dahlia

This one shot at Lawrence garden lahore, Pretty Gerbera daisy.

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19 comments:

TrÀdgÄrdsmakaren said...

Hello there gardenfriend,

I have scanned your blog up and down and seen all your beautiful photos. Thank you!
And who need magazines anymore when you can surf around and find all these photos anyways:-)

Have a great week,
Cheers from Hillevissan in Sweden, Europe

Rebecca said...

There is so much variety in the center of floral shots. I love them.

Helena said...

Beautiful! I love all your flower shots. :)

Colleen said...

So many pretty pictures. I love the one with the bee in flight.

Manang Kim said...

This is super beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

MM~ Marbles

Noelle said...

I enjoy macro photos very much. The detail that you captured is just beautiful. It makes you see flowers in a whole new way.

Kimberly said...

Gorgeous!!!! Love your photos! The bees are precious!

Curbstone Valley Farm said...

Beautiful flowers! Almost makes me forget that it's not quite spring here yet.

Kala said...

So many lovely flower macros!

awarewriter said...

Lovely images. The Calendula is my favorite.

James Missier said...

Im amazed that you are able to plant both cold climate plants together with tropical plants in your garden especially those beautiful looking poppies & anemone.

Stephanie said...

The flowers are all so pretty. Your macros are wonderful. I am envious of the poppy - it's so attractive!

CameoRoze (Margaret) said...

They're all so nice. I particularly am drawn to the large bee.

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Jim Groble said...

Wonderful, wonderful pictures of some beautiful flowers. jim

Green thumb said...

Hello! Wow, I have most of these plants blooming for me but yours look far more beautiful. Lovely shots!

MedaM said...

I simply cannot say I like this photo more than this one; I simply like them all. Each flower is beautiful on it own way and your macro photos are excellent too. I completely enjoyed this wonderful post.

Patti said...

So many beautiful shots, I think the last one would make a great watercolor. Love the flying bee.

r e y a n e said...

i love flowers/

Cheryl said...

Stunning photos, thanks for sharing!

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