Author: bloom-blog

behind a hollyhock

behind a hollyhock

 

behind the tulip

behind the tulip

 

another view of the queen…

another view of the queen…

 

lean over clover…

lean over clover…

after the rain, all the flowers were heads down and so I was faced with posterior views… thought I’d explore this a bit

 

black eyed susan’s other side…

black eyed susan’s other side…

How often do you look at the backside of a flower? Sometimes they are as interesting or detailed as the front… I’ve spent a little …

 

black eyed susan…

black eyed susan…

rudbeckia hirta, North American native wildflower

 

goldenrod

goldenrod

bees and butterflies find this a lovely (and abundant) late summer delight in my naturalized meadow… in most place it is considered a weed but …

 

another…

another…

queen anne’s lace – love it in this stage. Big rains in the night, so shooting this morning offered up lots of raindrops still clinging …

 

bergamot or bee balm?

bergamot or bee balm?

I had two different areas planted with plants marked differently but now they have spread themselves around and I can’t tell who is who… or …

 

echinacea purpurea

echinacea purpurea

purple coneflower – native to eastern north america