8/2/15

bright pink

This is from our last walk in Hollard Gardens but I don't know its name. As always, help with identification would be appreciated. Thanks, Hannah, for the name 'yarrow'. 





15 comments:

Linda W. said...

That is one vibrant shade of pink! But I like it.

Rhonda Albom said...

Bright pink and beautiful. Lovely flowers.

CountryMum said...

Can't help you with the name but what a vibrant flower. Beautiful!

Margaret Adamson said...

It is lovely and I should know the name but it is not coming yet!!!

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! Very beautiful flower photo! Thanks for sharing.

Hannah said...

This is a yarrow, I like the bright pink color. Most of the pink ones I grow tend to fade lighter or to white over time.

John said...

They surely are

Donna said...

Beautiful yarrow!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Gorgeous yarrow plant (I confess, I had no idea but I read the comments and I'm sure Hannah is right!) I know nothing. Well, except I know I really like this photo!!!

jeannettestgermain said...

Beautiful flowers - but I'm the wrong person to ask for names:) Hope you'll find our!

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

very pretty :)

Arti said...

We have yarrows in our german gardens, too, but not with such pretty pink color. They are normally white, yellow or red. Nice to see this one.

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Nick V. said...

What an eye-catching pink, I am more familiar with the yellow or white, commoner varieties. Splendid shot.
Thank you for joining Floral Friday Fotos and I hope you can share some more of your flower photos soon.

Nick V. said...

The green sets off the pink of the flowers nicely.
Many thanks for participating in the Friday Greens meme, it's always nice to see some of your images.