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These very tall Celosia plants were grown from pass-along seeds from our mechanic's wife. I have never seen these in the nurseries.
I don't know the name of these flowers in my garden, but they remind me of a flock of white geese.
By ~gloria from Western NY
This is a picture of my healing flowers. I can totally relax and go to a different place when I am working with my flowers. Going to a different place is important when you have a health issue that provides unwanted pain on a daily basis.
I have been really busy planting since we added a new retaining wall upper tier. This gave us more yard space above and replaced a useless steep slope to the original retaining wall.
I took this picture at around 7am, before the sun dried the dew off the flower petals.
I love the aroma of my tuberoses when I step out onto my patio. tuberoses are used in the making of famous perfumes and it's understandable why.
In the eye of the beholder! Did you ever look at the weeds you pull from your garden? Believe it or not this is a close up shot of a tiny weed.
My 9 year old daughter and I recently had the opportunity to go to a beautiful spot in western Wisconsin, where we had a lot of fun hiking and exploring. My daughter loves to take pictures, and these are 7 of the hundreds of photos she took while we were hiking on trails.
I love taking pictures of anything in nature. These are flowers that are in my yard. As they bloom, I hurry and take their picture before they disappear for the year. I hope you like them.
This is my limelight hydrangea next to my purple garden phlox. I love the contrast.
This flower grows in my grandfather's garden along with his roses. I absolutely love how the red colour merges with the white and forms a nice border. It looks almost like a skirt!
I uploaded 3 photos I have taken with my Canon t6. They are photos I am very proud of and I consider to be high class photos.
Just walking on a sunny day had to stop for this flower. The color!
The white seeds that form on a dying flower, turning it into a "puff," are what you blow on to make a wish. This photo shows three stages of a flower: the live bud, a full bloom, and the "puff" from a dead flower.
My favorite thing to do is tend to my flowers. It's become hard to do since my back injury. These magenta colored azaleas looked very nice with the pink tulips.