12/2/19

Discoveries

As I poke around the two acres we are living on at the moment, I keep finding new lovelies here and there!
I can't name them all but I certainly can enjoy them.
 

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15 comments:

Rose said...

You found some real beauties...

Taken For Granted said...

You do live in a most beautiful place. Stunning shots.

RobertN said...

Beautiful composition.

Rosie said...

Beautiful flowers and some I have not seen before. Thanks for sharing.

A Bit of the Blarney said...

They’re absolute exquisite!!! Thank you!

rupam sarma said...

Beautiful flowers. Awesome shots

EricaSta said...

Its always a pleasure to visit your Blog.

Happy MosaicMonday

handmade by amalia said...

Beautiful! I'm not great at identifying flowers beyond the obvious, I hear that there is an app... :-)
Amalia
xo

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How beautiful! I've tried to learn more flower names but then I forget them! lol Love that showy red!

Mikael Bergman said...

very beautiful to see
here we have snow right now and winter

Angie said...

Oh Betty - this "warms" my heart to no end - which is pretty special right now given that we are in the throes of cold, cold, cold! And you compiled them into such a lovely collage - nicely done! Thanks so much for linking these beauties to Mosaic Monday!

Sue (this n that) said...

They are very beautiful xx

kiwikid said...

Beautiful photos and wonderful discoveries.

stardust said...

Å lovely mosaic of flowers! I’ve tried to learn more flower names. I’m more interested in the local name (the meaning behind it) than the science name.

Melbourne Australia Photos said...

A great selection of lovely flowers, Betty! Here's diving into the deep end to try and name them for you:
1st row: Philadelphus mexicanus (mock orange); Rosa spp. (looks like a Cecile Brunner - if it's tiny!); Jasminum polyanthum (white jasmine).
2nd row: Acca sellowiana (Feijoa); Lavandula stoechas (French lavender).
3rd row: Weigela florida (fairy trumpets); Oxalis crassipes 'Alba' (white oxalis); Leucanthemum × superbum (white doublee shasta daisy).
Thank you for taking part in the "My Sunday Best Meme", great to see you visiting here!