This lily is even more beautiful than the first one that bloomed in my yard!
Photo of the Day: A New Bloom
I planted a few lily bulbs last year, and they did ok at best. This year they grew to about four feet tall, and their blossoms are probably eight inches around. They’re huge…and gorgeous!
Photo of the Day: Evening Silhouette
One of my hanging baskets is silhouetted against a beautiful September sunset.
Photo of the Day: My Little Peppers
After planting a green pepper plant in May and watering it regularly, it’s finally starting to produce peppers! I’d almost given up. Aren’t they cute? I hope they taste as good as they look.
Photo of the Day: Pretty in Purple
A delicate lavender bloom at our house … any takers on what kind of plant this is?
(By the way, the answer to Wednesday’s photo is Sheltie puppies!)
Photo of the Day: Wildflower
A purple wildflower on our walk the other evening.
Photo of the Day: Bright and Orange
This flower recently started blooming at our house – can anyone name it? It started out with very long, pretty leaves, so I didn’t even realize it was going to bloom until the buds formed.
Photo of the Day: Lily in Detail
Lilies are my favorite flowers, so I can’t help but post a second photo of this beauty blooming in my garden. This was taken with my 50 mm lens. Be sure to check out yesterday’s photo too, if you missed it.
Photo of the Day: Pink Thumb
My mom gave me a bag of lily bulbs from Aldi for my birthday, and since they were cheap, we weren’t sure if they’d do much of anything. They’ve been slowly growing for a couple of months with just a few small leaves, and then within the last few days huge buds formed on a couple of the plants. And then all of a sudden … this gorgeous flower appeared! Maybe I’m on my way to having a green thumb?
Photo of the Day: Busy Bee
I shot this photo a couple of weeks ago at Powell Gardens. If you can’t tell how much I loved it, check out the other 5 photos I’ve already posted. And there might just be one more on the way.
Name That Place
Kermit the Frog
‘Round and ‘Round