DAILY POST WHAT IS YOUR MUSE – FLOWERS

Tulip yellow dover - Pasco, WA - 1983 - 2

Mine is actually nature with emphasis on flowers they will relax me. This are some I like.

An early blooming tulips

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Climbing roses lining flower beds

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Red Zinnas

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This is one of my favorites but I can’t remember the name.

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12 Responses to DAILY POST WHAT IS YOUR MUSE – FLOWERS

  1. Pingback: WHAT IS YOUR MUSE – Flowers | idahobluebird50 MYSTERIES GALORE AND PHOTOS

  2. Beautiful. I love roses and freesia because of their perfume.
    Could this last one be some form of daisy/aster? I know nothing about plants, but we have a white flower which is pretty similar on our walks and I was told it was a member of the daisy family.

    • Yes, it a member of the Rubeckia genus. The best known is Black eye susan. There are several yellow forms and white which “White Luster”. Daisies are one of my favorites . I did an internet share and didn’t find it. Not remembering the name has been bothering me for a long time.

  3. Ruchi says:

    Wonderful gallery of flowers; specially the tulips 🙂

  4. What lovely flowers Betty. Thank you for sharing. They made my day. ❤

  5. Trisha says:

    Beautiful flower photos! The last one looks like purple coneflower/echinacea, which is one of my favorite flowers. Unfortunately, it doesn’t grow well at my house. :/

    • Thanks for reminding me of the name and genus. No wonder I couldn’t remember and my search didn’t remind me of anything. It like a very driedclimateand,took over my Pasco, Washington garden as a,week. It had been bothering me for weeks.

  6. Cee Neuner says:

    Such beautiful flowers. 😀 😀 😀

    • I plan on doing the white challenge to day. My caregiver arrive this morning trying to work and she was more ill than I am. Probably sun stroke. It is over 100 here.

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