Saturday, May 17, 2014

TODAY'S FLOWERS #297

The link to Today's Flowers on our home page opens at 12.15 a.m. every Saturday, Eastern Time (US).  The old link will close the previous Thursday at 11.30 P.M.

To see beautiful blooms from around the world you can click here.  My grateful thanks to last week's participants.


These photos were taken at the Norfolk Botanical Garden, Norfolk, Virginia.


Ox-eye Daisies


Bluebells


Azaleas


ColumbineS



Viburnum macrocephalum (Chinese snowball viburnum)


 Centura Montana.
 

Please visit everyone else's beautiful flowers here.

TF teamPupo - Sandy Carlson - Denise

If anyone would like to be a guest and share photos on our home page, details can be found at the top of Today's Flowers web site, which you will find here.



 I thought I would link with Laura's I Heart Macro here.  Thank you for hosting such an enjoyable meme Laura.

Shine the Divine

41 comments:

  1. Those flowers are a sheer delight. Many years ago my dad used to grow columbine, such a dainty flower.

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  2. All the flowers are beautiful but love the colour of the Azaleas..thanks Denise for sharing..

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  3. Absolutely delightful - thank you. And I think I have all of them except the last.

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  4. Your bluebells are a special type, called Spanish Scilla! Basically they are bluebells native to Spain. The last flower is awesome, I have never seen one.

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  5. Your flower photos are wonderful today.

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  6. Beautiful shots of some lovely flowers Denise. Have a nice weekend.

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  7. Oooh some of my favourites there, Denise. Love Columbines, I always think of them as little ballerinas. And bluebells are filling my house right now, though sadly not for much longer. Hope you have a happy weekend.

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  8. I'm thinking that botanical garden must be a fabulous place to visit!

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  9. Really beautiful Denise, especially the daisies. They remind me of home.

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  10. These are very beautiful. I'd love to visit this garden some time.

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  11. all delightful. the daisies are one of my faves. :)

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  12. These sure are treasures! I can't wait to see some blossoms around my own gardens!

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  13. Each flower special and different from the other. Many of these lovely blooms reappear like magic each year in parks around my neck of the woods. They seem stronger each spring and in less need of care surviving winter and all kinds of weather!

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  14. Lovely flowers and lovely critters. You sure have been busy with your camera!

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  15. I have many of these flowers in my garden, or did. The more aggressive ones are taking over! Nice photos Denise.

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  16. Beautiful, Denise! The bluebells tend to appeal to me the most.

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  17. Lovely every one. That's a wonderful garden. On one of the first RV trips we took, we found Columbines growing wild in Colorado, where it's the State flower .. I thought it would be fun to try to find every State flower as we traveled, but that didn't happen. (Not even sure if every State has one.)

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  18. As always, your photos are delightful and it's so nice to stop by and look at them. I know you enjoyed taking them, and then editing which ones to show here. The beauty makes all that work worth while, I hope.

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  19. I love all the flowers...such a beautiful variety!

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  20. Fabulous macros! And I love those snowballs. Hope you have an awesome week! Can't wait to see what pictures I'll be getting at Madera Canyon! :-) I know I'll be sleeping like a baby on that bed....we are staying in the Bird's Nest Suite.

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  21. Denise, how lovely your flowers! I love the white round ones and the columbine!

    Have a happy week!

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  22. Great set of flowers - there are just so many ways to be a flower!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  23. Such beautiful flowers! Wonderful! Those columbines are my favorites! :)

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  24. These are so gorgeous ~ the columbine made me sigh , just wonderful !

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  25. All beautiful- the last one is very unique.

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  26. Beautiful group of flowers.

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  27. lol, my favourite, the Columbine :)

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  28. gorgeous flower photos! all are beautiful! love the columbines and the azaleas.

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  29. Beautiful Denise, I was not able to pick a favorite!!

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  30. Beautiful all of them, but especially the azalea.

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  31. Absolutely gorgeous flowers, Denise. I've always loved daisies. They make me smile.

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  32. Your flower photos,are very great

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  33. I was thinking of what the name of my photo was and I saw yours blog entry> Montana. What a nice flower it is. =) YOu have such amazing photos #iheartmacro

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  34. Gorgeous flowers ! I love these colors !

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  35. Beautiful blossoms Denise! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  36. My dear Denise,
    I'm so sorry for visiting you and your beautiful pictures of these pretty, pretty flowers so late!
    I love little Bluebells very much and your Ox-eye Daisies remind me of my beloved Grandma...the wild form of them were one of her favourite flowers :)
    But also the opulence of the Chinese snowball and the wonderful colours of the Azalea, Columbine and the Centura Montana are a feast for my eyes!!!

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