Wednesday, May 22, 2019

FLOWERS FROM GREEN SPRING GARDENS

We had a lovely walk around Spring Green Gardens the other day.  I am sharing a few flowers and there will be other posts when I have time to put them together.

I took photos of several Peonies.  This website tells us how to take care of them.





The Peonies were a little past their peak, but I still found them photo worthy.

I found one Pink Poppy.  I didn't realize there were so many colors, as shown here.  The only ones I have seen up to now are the red kind, and also the orange ones when we were in California.

Peonies and Pink Phlox.

Although I could not find a marker near these pretty pink flowers, this to me looks like some type of Jewelweed, and I am hoping someone can ID them for me without a doubt.

I hope you have enjoyed joining me at the gardens today, and I wish you all a happy day.



31 comments:

  1. I have been ohhing and ahhing! Each photo is more stunning and beautiful than the last! I didn't know there are pink poppies. The peonies are gorgeous! This garden is fabulous, what a variety of beauty.

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    1. Hi Ginny, happy you enjoyed these flowers, I always get a lot of enjoyment taking their photos. I didn't know about pink poppies either. I love this garden and enjoy going there often.

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  2. Gorgeous blooms.
    I have to confess that I have not yet succeeded in getting a peonie to flower. Slinking off in shame.

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    1. Thanks EC, I have never even tried growing them but am tempted. However, after reading your comment maybe I will wait a while.

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  3. Beautiful flowers, nicely shown.

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    1. Thank you Linda, so glad you enjoyed them.

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    1. Thanks Margaret, always love these flowers.

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  5. Pink poppies? Well I never! It would be hard to choose a favourite flower from all those you photographed.

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    1. I know Valerie, I was really surprised when I came across it and had to study it hard to convince myself. It was when I saw the seed pods I knew what it was but I was still surprised.

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    1. Obrigado e também gostaria de lhe desejar um bom fim de semana.

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  7. your photos are ALL Stunning! I mean that. they look so real I feel like I could pick one... beautiful flowers..

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    1. Thanks Sandra, I really appreciate you saying so.

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  8. Oh I just adore the Love in the Mist, brings some happy memories of my Dad's garden. The flowers are all beautiful. Ours are sporadic when they bloom not like in England where it's always a mass of colour all the time.
    Janice

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    1. How lovely Janice. I don't remember ever seeing it in the UK. Maybe they didn't grow well in our area but way back I wouldn't have had a clue.

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  9. Hi Denise,
    Wonderful images of the flowers, they are all so beautiful.
    It's such a shame that people tend to go out and pick them.
    All the best, John

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    1. Hi John, thank you. All the best to you too.

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  10. Things are very colorful there at Spring Green Gardens!

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  11. I definitely did enjoy my time in the lovely garden. Such beautiful blossoms!

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  12. Gorgeous flowers! Love the name of the one...Love in the Mist...

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