I’m sure there was a fancy name for this particular shade of purple but while doing research for this post i stumbled across several different names like Hawaiian Luau, Isabell Purple, or Royal King. While you could check the tag that has all of this information that comes with the plant at purchase it isContinue reading “Purple Calibrachoa”
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Apricot Punch Calibrachoa
This flower is also known Calibrachoa, Million Bells, the Trailing Petunia, or the Mini Petunia. This flower is often confused for a Petunia but the primary difference between the two plant species is that Calibrachoa tends to grow lower than Petunias. Calibrachoa flowers also tend to be smaller than Petunias.
Photo Art Friday: Orton Effect No.3 Violet Hydrangeas
My mother said that she loved the color on this particular hydrangea plant. I have to say i agree with her. Hopefully you are enjoying your Friday! Be sure to hit the like button! It’ll help me out!
Touch Me Not
Also more commonly known by the name of Impatiens but I think Touch Me Not speaks more to the character of the flower. The reasoning behind this is because should you happen to touch a seed pod of this plant, the pod will explode propelling the seed for a new impatient plant several feet orContinue reading “Touch Me Not”
This particular day lily was captured at Wolcott Mill Metro Park back in July 2021. Fun fact: day lilies are used in Chinese cuisine and are used in dishes such as hot and sour soup, daylily soup, Buddha’s delight and moo shu pork. I’m actually curious as to how these taste so maybe on myContinue reading “Day Lily”
Photo Art Friday: Starry Wild Flower
For whatever reason, I’m sort of obsessed with photoshopping nebulas onto things. This time around i deiced to include the original image, which in all honesty is probably the better image but that’s just my opinion.
Pretty Freaking Flowers
Who doesn’t enjoy flowers? The name Pretty freaking flowers comes from a poem i heard during an open mic night back while in college several years ago. I would love to link or transcribe said poem but alas, it seems to be lost to the ravages of time.