Tuesday, June 28, 2011

TODAY'S FLOWERS # 149

Clematis Empress
Grows 1 to 2 feet in moist soil
Full sun to partial shade
Summer to Fall

This one looks like a Peony Green Lotus but I am not 100 percent certain as there was no identifying marker nearby - medium height, 28 inches, 4 to 5 inch blooms

Hollyhocks - Althaea sylvestris - Zebrina - to 30 inches, white-purple flowers. Blooms in summer. Butterfly Nectar Plant.

Allium - Allium aflatunense


Daisy Fleabane
Erigeron strigosus
Grows in meadows during the Spring and Fall.


I can't bring the name of this one to mind, though I feel I should know what it is.

Or this one either.
Added note: I've added a few names of the flowers.
TODAY’S FLOWER’S was created by our good friend Luiz Santilli Jr.

24 comments:

  1. Wow, what a beautiful show you have there my friend.

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  2. My flowers, unlike your flowers, are slow to bloom this year. I contribute the lack of enthusiasm to the biblical floods this spring.

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  3. Ooh! I really like the 3rd flower, what is it? It's got such crisp colors!

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  4. Better late than never Denise especially with beautiful blooms like these. A x

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  5. I love them all, but the header with the yellow roses is spectacular. Thanks Denise.

    My son was married 3 years in June 14th.

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  6. Gorgeous blooms Denise, I really like the Hollyhocks.
    Thank you for sharing and brightening my day.
    ~Jo

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  7. These are all incredible flowers, but that yellow and white daisy like flower is just amazing. I'm so impressed!

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  8. Well done photographs. You are very very versatile in your subjects.

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  9. I never can get enough of flowers, and their coors .,Oh I love this season

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  10. Wow, what very nice your flowers!
    I like.
    Have nice today! T: Anna from Finlands..

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  11. I'm delighted by so lovely flowers!And your yellow rose is just magnificent!
    Léia

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  12. They are all gorgeous but I love the daisy-type flowers.

    I've been trying to identify one or two wildflowers without success.

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  13. Lovely blooms as usual Denise!

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  14. Love thefflowers Denise but is that a purple dandelion? HEEEE HEEE X X X Don

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  15. Beautiful blossoms, Denise! I wasn't late with posting mine (on my A Slice of Life blog) but I wasn't home in time to link it up. I hate it when I miss linking but hey! I'm not always home. :)

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  16. Your flower photos are so beautiful. I'm going not to slick that link and see more!

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  17. Denise, your flowers are gorgeous. Beautiful photos.

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  18. Great macro shots, Denise.a copy of my garden.
    Congrats

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  19. You have photos of so many beautiful flowers! I wish I had a bigger garden:)

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  20. What lovely flowers as always, Denise! I love the white ones! And look at you, you took time to link me early even in your busy week. Thanks a mile again, D!

    And that sounded like fun meeting up with blog friends....

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  21. Your photos are very beautiful and sharp! The flowers I have, are partly damaged by the hail shower we had Tuesday.

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  22. Thank you for all the nice comments about my flowers. Have a great weekend everyone.

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  23. You have excellent focus. Great captures.

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  24. My flowers this year are also slow. Great pictures of different flowers, I especially like the one you could not name.

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