Saturday, April 21, 2012
Today's Flowers: Blooms abound
Blooms abound in my garden although I've let it become so overrun that closeups work better than wider shots.
My red roses have lots of buds and more and more are reaching full bloom.
I like the way the red roses are different shades of the same color.
This has been a wet spring which accounts for what a jungle my garden has become.
More and more of the evening primroses (oenothera speciosa) are blooming.
I like the way the center of the evening primrose has a touch of yellow.
I still have quite a few camellias in bloom.
The kolkwitzia continues to make my back garden look like its snowing, or that's what it reminds me of.
Click for the home of today's flowers.
Labels: secret garden, Today's Flowers
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wow that camelia is amazing and your roses are wonderful shots, looks like it is warm warm there, both of your blogs are extremely beautiful and well designed...I have trouble on my blog since the country redirect, not sure how it looks to other countries now or if it even works!
The first and fourth shots are exquisite closeups!
your red roses are simply gorgeous. i love them.
The Kolkwitzia is one plant I have always wanted but never found! Yours is beautiful!
Perfect captures. My eyes got glued to the first one. :)
MAgnificent bloom pictures, the first picture is my favorite, adorable red rose!
hugs and a nice Sunday
It is truly stunning in macro!
the burgundy rose is absolutely beautiful--gorgeous color. your flowers are delightful.
Wow...amazing blossoms! These are stunning macro shots!
You have a beautiful garden! The primroses are so delicate.
I'm very glad that it is overrun so that you have to take those beautiful closeups! Gorgeous flowers; I'm surprised at the roses, seems early for them. (And as a former not-very-good gardener, I think you really don't know what overrun is -- I would have been so happy if my flower beds and gardens were ever in as good shape as yours are. (And now you know why it was easy for me to sell out and go trailering ;>)
Such gorgeous blooms, the color of the first is one of my favorites, so vibrant and rich.
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