Flowers! MORE Flowers! Post Your Flowers here

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FLAMINGO WILLOW ON BOTTOM LEFT
 
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Late bloomers....so photogenic.

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FLAMINGO WILLOW ON BOTTOM LEFT
I planted 3 of those at my old house, they are Hakuro Hishiki willows (Flamingo Willow is a cute nickname).

They grow like crazy, so the trick is to cut them back really far in the fall so that you can take advantage of the pretty pink growth as long as possible in the spring before having to cut them back. The pink is actually new leaves.

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Black-eyed Susans. I know that they are as common as dirt, but I like them. In the background are grape leaves. The grapes are going to be VERY prolific this year, as long as we get enough sun and heat to ripen them in time.
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Day Lilly and Bachelor Buttons
 
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The orchids looking neat in the sun this morning

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Yuk ! Pornography for vegetables :rofl:
 
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Andre, they are just beautiful!
 
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To anyone who knows what this is, it is a work of beauty.

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is it a flower or an underwater creature?
 
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is it a flower or an underwater creature?
Its a 3D depth approximation from the Mandelbrot.

Notice the small blue shape in the middle.
 
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Wow, I keep discovering awesome threads like this one.

Here are two evening primrose flowers from our yard, taken summer of 2000:

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Its a 3D depth approximation from the Mandelbrot.

Notice the small blue shape in the middle.
I'm embarrassed that I didn't get that one. I should have seen that.
 
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This one is a southwestern native plant. It is actually a cactus called the night blooming Cerus. It is commonly called Queen of the Night.

The plant for the most part looks like a dead branch of a small shrub. About the third week in June the flowers will bloom at night. By noon they are shriveled and gone.

I got a picture of this one just after sun up.

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How delicate and lovely it is.
 

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