Friday, November 13, 2015

TODAY'S FLOWERS #372 - November 13th, 2015

Today's beautiful flower comes from the garden of a new friend Nadezda.  It is called Ismene.  Thank you Nadezda.



Today's Flowers opens on Friday at 12.00 a.m. and closes the following Thursday at 11.30 p.m.

  I hope all old friends will be joining us here, and I would also like to invite new friends to share their favorite flower photos.  We also welcome everyone to just visit and enjoy.  

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As mentioned at the beginning of this post, the link will open every Friday at 12.00 a.m. (East Coast time USA), and close Thursday evening at 11.00 p.m.  Everyone is invited to add their photos until it closes in preparation for the new link.

If for some reason it does not open on time and I am not able to fix the problem straight away, please leave your link in the comment section.  But only if there is no link available.  

If you have trouble adding your photo even when it is open, you can send me your entry, along with your blog address and with 'Today's Flowers' in the subject line, to the e-mail address below.

luvinwildlife@gmail.com

This e-mail can also be used if you want to get in touch with me with any advice or concerns.  Thank you very much.

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Luiz Santilli Jr. created Today's Flowers.  
Thank you Luiz. 

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We try not to bog you down with too many rules, but could you please provide a link to Today's Flowers if you decide you would like to join in?  Obviously everyone is welcome even if you don't as it is fun just to look.  Also, no business advertising please, this meme is for people who have a love for sharing their own favorite flower photographs.  You are very welcome to copy the button below for your related Today's Flowers' blog post.


Finally, my thanks to all friends for your support of this meme.

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I am also linking to Hetty's meme, Tuinverhalen

(Garden Stories), which you can find here.

21 comments:

  1. Beautiful.
    I have grown Ismene - and must again. Thank you both.

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  2. Such a delightful flower in your frien's garden

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  3. Ismene is one of my favorite flowers. Exotic and fragile. Thanks for hossting my weekend flower. Groetjes, Hetty

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  4. Hi Denise,
    this is a marvelous photo of this wonderful flower. The color and form is amazing !
    Best, Synnöve

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  5. Um belo trabalho uma bela fotografia.
    Um abraço e bom fim de semana.

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  6. Heisann!
    Soon winter, but a warm Autumn has made the season upside down !
    Have a nice weekend ;:OD)

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  7. Nice photos of the flowers, skies, and fence.
    I know that you will have a visual feast in Hawaii.
    Make sure that you visit the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie and the Arizona Memorial and Mighty Mo in Pearl Harbor. These are absolute musts for you and Gregg.
    Let me know when you plan to be in Hawaii so we can get together.

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  8. That's one heck of a triffid you've snapped there!

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  9. It's pretty, and very different from what I'm used to.

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  10. just sitting here having a late lunch catching up on my blog visits. Beautiful as always Denise.

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  11. What a beautiful flower Ismene is.

    All the best Jan

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  12. This is a gorgeous flower...I had not heard of them till now.

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  13. Denise, this Ismene is spectacular. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. What a gorgeous flower--I've never seen this one before. I love the tiny details it has.

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  15. Lovely flower, Denise, I think they are also fragrant.

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  16. A few flowers still blooming thankfully....and a lovely flower from Nadezda!

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  17. That's a beautiful and very interesting flower, Denise, I had never seen it before. I'm new to your blog and can't live without flowers, so I'm very sure I'll come back here often to join you and see what you and your friends have shared! Thank you for hosting! Wishing you a beautiful day, Wen

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