Saturday, September 01, 2012

Today's Flowers: End of August and September starts

Most of my hydrangea blossoms turned brown but a few have a touch of color left.
The lantana bloomed later than usual and still looks fresh.
I've heard some bloggers in different parts of the world say that lantana is a weed and spreads all over where they live.
Where I live it dies back to roots in the winter and I've never had it come back anyplace it wasn't planted.
I'm not sure what the flower below is but it caught my eye.
Part of the canna lily below is turning brown while there is still a new bud yet to open.
The flowers below are on the edge of a forested area at a park  and I'm not sure what kind they are.
The coleus below is in a planter in front of an arts center at a park.
I spotted the white flowers below in the woods.
The morning glories in the next shot were climbing a tree.


SandyCarlson said...

These are marvelous. This in-between time of year is rich in color and fragrance and image. Thanks for sending some our way.

Anonymous said...

j'ai essayé aussi de prendre ces petites fleurs orangées mais pas facile de les avoir mieux....

carol l mckenna said...

Wonderful photography ~ particularly like the Morning Glory greeting me this morning ~ (A Creative Harbor)

DeniseinVA said...

Such a lovely variety you have here Carver. All lovely photos! Thanks so much for sharing them with Today's Flowers, and have a great week.

Carletta said...

I think hydrangea blooms are beautiful in all stages of their growth.
Lovely shots Carver!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I agree with Carletta about the hydrangea's beauty in all stages -- your turn of the season flowers are all wonderful.

Maude Lynn said...

Gorgeous shots!

joy said...

They are beautiful flowers. I love looking at different kinds of flowers. Thanks for visiting by the way:)