Sunday, August 23, 2009

TODAY'S FLOWERS

TODAY’S FLOWER’S was created by Luiz Santilli Jr. and is managed by Luiz, Laerte Pupo, Valkyrien and me. You can find great flowers and also share your own by clicking here. The link opens every Sunday at 2.00 p.m. (GMT).

I'm afraid I don't know many of the flowers. I recognize the daylilies and the coneflowers and I did try hard to find markers. The last photo I know I should know but I can't pull their name out of the hat right now.






57 comments:

  1. Denise thank Goodness, I finally found my way to your blog. After leaving a comment regarding that silly bug in your blog, I was in trouble.

    For how I managed to get back, I have no idea. I thought, I would make a new blog should my access would remain impossible.

    Anyway, the problem was solved, and here I am again back to visiting your blog.

    You gave me a link about that miniature thing I posted awhile ago in my quadrat in focus blog.

    For Today's Flowers I included the website of the link that will remind you of England for indeed, it has an English History attached to it.

    In the meantime, I love the flowers you have posted here. I thought they are all magnificent.

    Just "say it with flowers" as my motto is!

    Have a lovely weekend. And fresh for Today's Flowers. :)

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  2. more color patches that make me smile sandy

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  3. A truly beautiful flowers, I like those most in yellow!

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  4. oh my God....very nice shot, dearest

    have a nice sunday


    graceolsson.com/blog

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  5. Marigolds! And very pretty ones, at that! A lovely variety of flowers, Denise. The lilies, of course, caught my attention. What a spread!

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  6. what a lovely assortment of photos.

    Gill in Canada

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  7. Gorgeous flowers, Denise! the last one is called Marigold and I specially love them for borders.

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  8. I love the different selections and varieties of the flowers. A Great show!

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  9. The fields of flowers are all so exquisite they make me feel good just to look at them.

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  10. Wow Denise,these series of flowers is perfect!Adorable and intense colours!I bet a great perfum as well!
    Thanks for sharing
    Léia

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  11. Beautiful flowers with gorgeous colors! I can see you have got the answer on the name - so did I! :)

    Thank you for your kind words at my blog while I was away. I am now back, vacation is over!

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  12. What a lovely collection of flowers. I almost feel like I've strolled through the garden myself.

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  13. I'm not good at naming a lot of flowers either, but that doesn't stop me from enjoying them. These are so pretty Denise.

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  14. Such amazing and vibrant flowers.

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  15. Flowers are so representative of the beauty of nature in the colors of the rainbow. Your photographs are stunning.
    Happy Twirls

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  16. Who cares the name? they are such a beautiful site!

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  17. Thank you for this floral show! Thanks for creating this meme with Luiz, Laerte Pupo and Valkyrien.

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  18. Beautiful photos, Denise, as always!

    Have a great week!

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  19. Who needs to know the name of flowers Denise, just need to be able to look at them - Beautiful.

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  20. Denise: What a great amount of color you captured, nicely done.

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  21. I love how each photo is over flowing with flowers. Lovely.
    Spirithelpers

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  22. Love, love, love all your gorgeous flowers, Denise.

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  23. Just beautiful Denise, the colors are so vibrant, and everything just so prolific..
    Yes, Marigolds, they are just troopers, bloom in all kind of extreme conditions, and carry on regardless.
    Lovely post !

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  24. Denise there can't be anything finer and good for the sould than walking through a field of colorful flowers such as you post today!
    Ahh....I I needed this!! Happy day to you!

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  25. Fantastic flowers. All are so beautiful.

    Gunilla in Sweden

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  26. Very nice photographs of flowers. I especially like the third photograph from the top. I like the reds, purples and green in that photograph. I don't have any flowers in my yard, except for a few azalea blossoms. The azalea blossoms surprised me because I thought they bloomed only once a year. I did go to my neighbors' yards early this afternoon and photographed a few of their flowers. I'll be posting those photographs later this week.

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  27. Such a jolly and colourful series :)

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  28. Nice collection of photos, Denise. Lovely gardens.

    My Today’s Flower is at
    East Gwillimbury Wow

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  29. Beautiful pictures!!
    Thank you for sharing!!

    What a desolate place would be a world without a flower!
    It would be a face without a smile, a feast without a welcome.
    Are not flowers the stars of the earth, and are not our starts
    the flowers of the heaven.
    - A.J. Balfour

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  30. I love that first photo. That is a lot of flowers!

    The purple flower is a type of Verbena.

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  31. Thank you for all these wonderful comments. I have enjoyed visiting all your blogs. Flowers make me very happy, and yours have definitely made me happy today.

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  32. These are gorgeous. So beautiful.

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  33. hello denise! I love those beautiful flowers of yours, thanks for the visit..

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  34. This is such a beautiful plant collection and display at the botanical gardens. Wonderful photos!

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  35. These flowers are oh so lovely. They make me happy just gazing.

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  36. I like the flowers of the 2nd last picture. Don't think I've seen them around me before..really lovely :)

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  37. You are a wonderful photographer.

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  38. All beautiful Denise - a wonderful array of summer colour. A x

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  39. All your shots are beautiful. Well-done!

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  40. Wow! what a beautiful varieties of flowers. Thanks for Nance's reminder, we have planted Marigold in our garden before also.

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  41. So many beautiful flowers in those borders Denise. The last picture is of giant marigolds or to use their proper name Tagetes.
    Great shots.

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  42. wow what a field of wonderful and colorful flowers. i love all your entries.

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  43. This is a lovely garden to visit - and someone else has done all the hard work! Beautiful photos as ever :-)

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  44. Hi Denise,
    A little a little I begin to regognize people here.
    I did not know that you take part of this Today's Flowers group.I have to say that this is a great idea.
    Your flowers this week are lovely like allways.
    I hope you all the best

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  45. I don't know the names of flowers, I just love looking at them... smelling them, too! hehehe

    Beautiful shots

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  46. Very colorful parade of flowers! I like the colors and the different shapes of each of them.

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  47. Gorgeous photo's! Are those last ones marigolds? I love the smell of those!

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  48. Oh my goodness, these are beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing.

    CJ xx

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  49. Sensational colour compositions! Great! Thank you for sharing your mystical world!

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  50. lovely flowers here..i guess the last yellow one is called tagetes in German..thanks for sharing Denise

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  51. What a wonderful garden! Lovely pictures, Denise.

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  52. lovely series. i really like the 2nd photo.

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  53. No matter what they are called, they are all lovely!

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