Chrysanthemum – Autumn’s Smile Autumn, Flowers, Four-season garden, Nature, Photography Colors of the sunset Brightening hidden areas of the gardens An amalgamation of bits and pieces Different and unique while surprising similar Share this:PinterestFacebookPrintLinkedInMoreEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
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great pictures !
You have made me smile. Thank you.
You are welcome! What I love is that these are all self-seeded plants. I’ve just discovered a dark red daisy mum. I think I will need to post a second installment!
I look forward to it. Self seeding is a double edged sword for a gardener but great when it works well.
I agree. The past two years winter came early and I was unable to cut the seed heads off. I have too many plants! This year I’ve started early and have been cutting spent blossoms to the ground!
Oh, my, Bonnie…there you go again…taking my breath away with the beauty of your images.
I recently watched a documentary about plants. They were showing close-ups and explaining the small protrusions help the insects focus on the central disks as they see in ultra violet.