TODAY’S FLOWER’S was created by our good friend Luiz Santilli Jr.
You can find beautiful and unusual flowers from all over the world by clicking here.
Thanks for the bouquet! Aloha from HawaiiComfort Spiral><}}(°>
I recognise some of those, they grow here too.
Lovely display of both flower and form.
Great series of beautiful flowers, they brighten up my day here. :)
I recognize a bunch of them, too but I don't know their names. Darn.
Enjoy your pretty flower photos, Denise.I can't access Today's Flowers blog, it says that it only open for invited people and I'm not invited...
Gorgeous! I love the one little lavender flower in the second shot.
Beautiful, and so many. Thanks.
Great collection of gorgeous flower photos! Love all the colors and the clarity of each image.
Denise, I LOVE your flower pics and have a question. I'm trying to post to "Today's Flowers" and I'm getting a message that says, "This blog is CLOSED except to invited people only"! Eh? I post on it almost every Sunday and now it's closed? Do you know what is up? And, I don't know who to email to get back on the blog! HELP!Cheryl Ann
Lovely flowers - mine are from our Arboretum today. I am having the same problem as Cheryl Ann - the Today's Flower blog says only open to invited readers.
What a delightful selection! So many different colours and textures. The last one really appeals - it's like a hand with plants spilling through the fingers.(I'm having to bloghop as I can't get into the TF site - 'access denied' and all that so I can't link :-/)
Remarkable color focus and selection.
I love this selection from the botanical garden. Beautiful delicate blossoms, Denise!!Have a nice Sunday!Today the post is not working?
Sadly it will not let me in to smell the blooms today - many of your posted flowers grow here in Fl. Found the shots interesting..Still praying for that camera at Christmas - maybe this year..t's a pastime I love - my viewfinder is broken-can you recocommend one?
Very beautiful and colorful flowers.
Beautiful sequence of flower photos, Denise. They are all pretty and some very different and unique to me.
A wonderful bouquet of flowers! Thank you, Denise!
Loved going through the many enchanting views!
A grand collection indeed Denise.That lovely red Bouhinea is a colour I had not seen before, We have them here mainly in pink and white.
aloha,those are beautiful flowers, are these all from your garden? what a show!my flower show is on my plant fanatic blog today, come and visit.
A lovely array of different flowers :)
Very beautiful photos. Real nice! :)
Hi Denise!A wonderful parade of beauties on a weekend! Cheers!
Fantastic shots. A virtual cornucopia of exotic and beautiful flowers. Is that second shot a silver tree? It looks like it but I cannot be sure. Just beautiful
What a nice and diverse group. Great weather here.
This is a very nice collection of different flowers and plants. Thanks for sharing!
So many colours in the middle of the winter!!!(it's already winter for us;)
What a gorgeous and colorful collection of flowers...all forms. colors, and sizes. It was a joy to look at each and marvel at its beauty. Thanks so very much off sharing these with all of us today.
Passei uns bons minutos admirando cada foto, estão excelentes! Algumas já são minhas conhecidas, e outras foi uma agradável surpresa conhecê-las. Parabéns pela bela exposição!Saudações cariocas!
Oh so lovely!Pumpkin and Mums at my page.
Wonderful collection of flowers and leaves, I love them.
Denise, Thanks for linking me in - I had to go out and could not try again until later!
These are beautiful and reminds me of how much I'm going to miss the flowers as winter is quickly approaching!
Wonderful shots. The last one is very charming!
I enjoyed browsing through your flowers, what beauty flowers have.
wow, each flower is a delight! gorgeous shots!
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So many lovely flowers and photos! Both here and below! Your Norwegian was perfect (or let's say google's..) First I was surprised! That you talked Norwegian- haha! ;) So google is good to have, I think.. One can learn as well.. :)
These are beautiful! So much color and texture, too.
Thank you so much for all your wonderful comments.
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