Linking it to Saturday Snapshot.
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Gorgeous close -up.ReplyDelete
Is it lantana? or a type of daisy maybe?
Great photo! Great quote.ReplyDelete
The flower is such a gorgeous colour - and I like the quote My Snapshot is at http://goo.gl/ZlqhuiReplyDelete
Lovely! As for me, we won't see flowers again for another eight months I'm afraid. So, it's always a consolation to see flowers on others' blogs. ;)ReplyDelete
Lovely zinnia and the dewdrops on the spider web are a great catch too. Here's MineReplyDelete
I don't have a clue what kind of flower it is, but it's very pretty!ReplyDelete
This rare, fall blooming farinaceous plant is additional ordinarily known as the Saffron Bulb or Saffron Crocus! It begins blooming in Gregorian calendar month and continues through October! The purple flowers have deep purple veining! It's orange-red stigmas square measure the supply of saffron, the worlds costliest spice! Plant fully sun or partial shade and well-drained soil. It grows 3-5in. tall. Hardy in Zones 5-9. In cooler regions the saffron may be full-grown in containers. you'll be able to harvest the saffron once the flowers square measure blooming. Hit's is one amongst the few corporations that supply this rare bulb to the agriculture public.ReplyDelete