Today, tomorrow, yesterday and next year are all in the above photos. See upper right over opening morning glory to find the swirling bud waiting to unfurl tomorrow and the red dot remainder of yesterday’s collapsed blossom. Right hand photo shows the seed pod that will soon burst and drop it’s treasures to the ground where they will spend the winter waiting to feel the spring sun’s call.
Instead of finding a 4-leaf clover I found a 6-petal sorrel blossom! I’ve never seen a 6-petal sorrel before!!!
Not sure if this is called field sorrel or wood sorrel. AKA oxalis. Wild edible weed. Lemony flavored shamrock-like leaves. Flowers good too.
Cardinal flowers, sneeze weed and water pepper! They will bloom again by the pond next year…
I expected kudzu to grow out of this hole in the road. Is this a yellow marsh marigold? ID help needed!
Mailboxes and morning glories!
Flower songs and letter stories!
Doesn’t the pollen look like popcorn? Hibiscus must be an ancient plant. The flowers are amazing! The red circles are the stigmas and they are perched on the styles (female parts) while the popcorn is the anther perched on the filament (male parts). Wouldn’t you know the popcorn is male? The anther produces pollen ( male reproductive cells). Now you know who to blame for all that sneezing!
Morning photo to compare with evening photo above.
Is that dramatic or what?! You don’t need a magnifying glass to study this plant’s reproductive parts, just a comfortable bench and an iced tea.
This unique color combination blooming in my neighbor’s yard looks like a crazy daisy. When I look at it, it seems to move constantly, like op art!