friday flower studies

Is it Friday already?


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Coreopsis tinctoria ‘Mahogany’

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Large furry leaves of Plectranthus argentatus, spiky red orbs are Ricinus communis ‘New Zealand Purple, lacy gray leaves from Senecio viravira

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Tiny, almost-black flowers on tall stems of Pelargonium sidoides

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All together now, sing!

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Let’s hope the most difficult decision to be made this holiday weekend is what to bring in for vases..

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3 Responses to friday flower studies

  1. Deanne says:

    Lovely! great contrasts in color texture and form. Love it

  2. Sue says:

    Here, it will be where to plant the hundred or so plants I brought home from two days of nursery crawling. Yikes! Beautiful arrangements. Enjoy the weekend!

  3. What fun. I love mahogany midget. When it crosses with other coreopsis it produces all kinds of interesting flowers.

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