I didn't share all the photos taken on our last walk around Green Spring Gardens. Here are several more flowers.
I have more to share from the garden, but I will leave those for another day.
Have a great weekend everyone!
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Each one is a wonderful shot! I think my favorite are the sweet purple Asters.ReplyDelete
Thank you Ginny, so glad you liked them and those purple asters are pretty aren't they?Delete
Thank you. I never, ever tire of garden photos and hope I never will.ReplyDelete
You are very welcome EC and thank you! I feel the same way.Delete
Thank you Christine!Delete
Hello Denise - Thank you for taking me on a wander through your flower beds!ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend.
Hello Wren, you are very welcome and you have a great weekend also xDelete
It was lovely to see the flowers that grow in Green Spring Gardens and good that you shared the names of them. The bees certainly enjoy the late Summer flowers.ReplyDelete
Thank you Linda, so happy you enjoyed the tour. There were so many bees out that day, it did the heart good.Delete
Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Muito obrigado pelo seu comentário gentil. Envio um abraço e um ótimo final de semana!Delete
Thank you Natalia, it makes me happy that you have enjoyed them.Delete
Thank you Rue!Delete
The lantana are plentiful in Hawaii.ReplyDelete
I remember and they are around here also.Delete
Thank you William!Delete
With the timr=es as they are, it's so good to see your flowers , nature unlike us is stable and dependable, thanks you.
You stay safe
Hi John, nature is so good for the soul isn’t it?Delete
I love your globe amaranth. I had no idea that's what it was called. While growing up, we called it bozo bozo. I believe a "bozu" is a bald headed monk. I guess they even make leis with the flowers. http://www.leisofhawaii.com/everlastingbozo.htmReplyDelete
I looked up bozo bozo and globe amaranth comes up. This is so neat. Thank you for this information.
Hello Kay, very interesting. Thank you for sharing your information also. I shall enjoy your link.Delete
Always nice to see garden flowers, and these look lovely.ReplyDelete
Happy weekend wishes.
All the best Jan
Thank you and I wish you the same.Delete
They are beautiful and great to see those bees.ReplyDelete
Thanks Margaret and yes, it is always great to see those bees. You take care also.Delete
Thank you Ellen.Delete
Lovely collection of flowers and photos. Happy weekend to you!
Thank you Eileen and a happy weekend to you too.Delete
So pretty. Are those bees on the lobelia? That must be their favorite treat.ReplyDelete
Hello Great-Granny Grandma, yes they were bees, the lobelia was alive with them. So good to see.Delete
Hi Denise what beautiful flowers Thankyou for sharing them with us ,also Thankyou for following me ,I am now also following you,hope you have a lovely day xxReplyDelete
Hi White Rose, And you are very welcome. Thank you so much for following me. You have a lovely day also.Delete
It's lovely to see these beautiful blossoms, Denise. Such a wide array of florals and beautiful photos.ReplyDelete
So happy you enjoyed them Martha Ellen, and always happy to share. Thank you so much!Delete
wonderful photos...all are beautiful.ReplyDelete
look like a lot of bees on Lobelia laxiflora... interesting.
Have a great weekend
Hi Tanza, thank you. There were dozens of bees on the lobelia. You have a great weekend also.Delete
so many bright colors and beautiful blooms!! enjoy your sunday denise!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Debbie, I wish you the same.Delete
The bees look like they are enjoying the Lobelia. Great set of Photos. Have a good week DianeReplyDelete
They certainly were Diane, the lobelia bush was covered with them. Have a good week also.Delete
you have real beauties in your garden DeniseReplyDelete
Not my garden though I got some great ideas for planting. Thank you Carol!Delete
What a great collection of photos. I even recognized some of them. My wife plants lantana, and a different version of the aster, and the butterfly bush. I've encountered the tickseed plant on some of the hikes I've done.ReplyDelete
Thank you Yogi, I am thinking of planting lantana next growing season. And a few more to attract the bees and butterflies.Delete
I see flowers I have not even heard of and that is always fun.ReplyDelete
Thank you Rose, as is often the case when I visit your blog and our other blogging friends. Always fun, I agree!Delete
So very pretty, Denise.ReplyDelete
Thank you Anni!Delete
I recognized many of these flowers from our own walks although it was very nice to see the names of several I did not know, thanks Denise.ReplyDelete
You are very welcome Dorothy, happy I could help with some.Delete