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Saturday, June 29, 2013

Today's Flowers and Weekend Flowers: Home and Office


 My first rose of sharon of the season (bush type of hibiscus) are blooming.
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The yellow roses below are blooming at my office.
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I used to have a similar yellow rose bush at home but it died after many years of beautiful blooms.
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Below is a mix of pansies at my office.
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One more office flowers shot below.
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The rest of the shots are ones I took at home.
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I love the way rudbeckia look when they first form.
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It looks like the petals are hugging the center.
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More and more of my coneflowers (echinacea) are blooming.
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10 comments:

DeniseinVA said...

Thanks for sharing these lovely photos Carver. All beautiful and that rudbeckia is such an interesting flower, don't think I've noticed those before.
Denise
Today’s Flowers
An English Girl Rambles

Judy said...

You have such a great selection this week! I really love the rudbeckia, although I don't have any - I wait for the black eyed susans out in the field.

lina@women said...

Admire your shots!

Luna Miranda said...

the rudbeckia is gorgeous, and intriguing.:p the rose of sharon are pretty.

lotusleaf said...

The Echinesia are beautiful. I have never seen them in any nursery here.

Marie said...

Really gorgeous pictures and gorgeous flowers!

Jama said...

The flowers around there are so beautiful.

EG CameraGirl said...

Very pretty rose of Sharon! The other blooms are lovely too, Carver!

Laura said...

oh how lovely Carver... you are so fortunate to have this beauty to pass by each day you go to work. I hope you'll consider sharing something with I Heart Macro:-)

Valerie said...

That Rose of Sharon is exquisite! Thanks for sharing.