Friday, September 9, 2016

TODAY'S FLOWERS # 422 - September 8th, 2016

Gerbera Daisy

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I don't know what this is.






Joe Pye Weed



False Sunflowers


Swamp Rose Mallow


A Daylily but not sure of its name.  There are so many of this color it was hard for me to identify.


Today's Flowers was originally created by Luiz Santilli, Jr. Thank you Luiz!  I am now its host. 




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41 comments:

  1. Denise, what gorgeous captures! I love, as well, how you are able, for the most part, to identify the flowers. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  2. I like false sunflowers we have a lot of them here

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  3. Thanks for hosting, my first time here. That color of the daylily is so unique for me.

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  4. Again so much beauty in only one post!
    Have a fine day ... Frauke

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  5. Hi Denise,
    marvelous photos of this pretty flowers. Thank you for hosting.
    Have a great Friday and weekend, Denise.
    Best, Synnöve

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  6. Hello Denise!:) Lovely captures of all the flowers, but I only recognized the Gerbera. This is going to be fun, learning about many different kinds of flowers. I may not post every week Denise, but I will participate whenever I can. Thank you for your generous comment on my entry for this week, and have a lovely weekend.:)

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  7. Beautiful - I love the Swamp Rose Mallow and dark red Lily - they would go well together in a bouquet! Thanks for hosting Denise...

    Happy weekend!
    Ruby

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  8. beautiful blooms, Denise! I think the orange flowers belong to a type of Kalanchoe...

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  9. Haven't seen a Gerbera for years. Lovely flower, as are the others.

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  10. A super floral abundance , Denise! I really like the John Pye weed photo and the false sunflowers - really pretty shots!
    Thanks for hosting!

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  11. Lovely photos, especially the swamp rose mallow. Wish I could grow it

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  12. the second shot has brilliant bokeh!

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  13. Hello Denise, gorgeous collection of photos. I love the daisy and false sunflowers.
    Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  14. Nice photos of the flowers. I usually do not remember their names but simply enjoy them.

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  15. False sunflowers are a new one to me.

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  16. the second photo of the unknown flower is just gorgeous. and the color in the last one is amazing.. so beautiful

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  17. Gorgeous flowers! I wish you a happy weekend.

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  18. A beautiful series Denise! The Gerbera daisy is my favorite because of its bright color.
    Will see you soon for SEASONS:)

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  19. Hi Denise, super collection of images of flowers, the Gerbera is beautiful.
    Regards John

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  20. Your Joe Pye Weed is a delight!

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  21. I thought the first flower was a zinnia! But I'm still new to identifying flowers by sight. No matter its name, it's beautiful. As are all the rest!

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  22. Good for you! I tried to host, but got so much flack... sigh. Love your flowers!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  23. Love all your flowers. I missed joining your meme. Poor memory. Will hope to join next week! Have a beautiful weekend!

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  24. As always you have sweet flowers. Don't fall down with shock but I will participate this week.

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  25. Denise, eclectic array of flowers. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. what a beautiful collection denise!!! gerber dashes are a real favorite of mine and the color of this one is brilliant!!!

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  27. I like the orange mulifloral best. Looks like some kind of lily to me. Very pretty.

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  28. I love that first one - I would never have guessed it was a daisy.

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  29. Sorry that I can't help with the name, but the color is my absolute favorite! Now that spring is around the corner, I will be joining more often. Thanks for hosting.

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  30. A super collection of flowers Denise. You know your stuff where I struggle to name any flowers at all.

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  31. So beautiful....

    I always love Joe Pye Weed. It says Autumn is coming, to me. As it did, to Gladys Taber. :-)

    Luna Crone

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  32. Your collage of flowers is lovely. I really wish I could grow dahlias here as they have so many shapes and a great variety of colors. Actually I’d like to have in my garden any of the flowers you showed.

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  33. Great captured the beauty of nature !!
    Greetings

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  34. Lovely flowers, Denise, I love the Hibiscus family, I just bought one on sale. The yellow flower is familiar but no names pop into my head.

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  35. These are very gorgeous captures. Beautiful. Thank you for sharing and for hosting too. Have a good week.

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  36. Gorgeous variety of flowers! Wonderful photos.

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  37. Your flower pictures are fantastic.They are very well focused!

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  38. Lovely shots, Denise. The first flower is a zinnia, I think. The orange one is harder to tell, but it looks like some sort of wild ornithogalum (see the white form here: http://l7.alamy.com/zooms/65ed5cfdb37a43349071618d6094979c/ornithogalum-ponticum-star-of-bethlehem-close-up-of-raceme-of-white-ac13hn.jpg)

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  39. Lovely flower captures, Denise. I especially love the second and fifth images - I like the shallow depth of field.

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