Sunday, December 7, 2008

Today's Flowers;


For Today's Flowers I have chosen small, unusual flowers.

A flowering bract of the Alexandra Palm.



The lacy, yellow Flowers of the Herb Rue.



Dainty pink flowers of the Rondeletia shrub.

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Photos from my garden.

16 comments:

Linda said...

I am always interested in Rue.

Maybe I can post some flowers later, since my husband took some flower photos for me today, we found a lovely poppy that appeared by itself.

ilanadavita said...

I particularly like the yellow flowers. Nice selection.

guild-rez said...

Wonderful pictures and very unusal ones too..

-Cheers Gisela.

fishing guy said...

Titania: All beautiful captures of a neat flowers that are so rare to us.

Darla said...

Those are interesting flowers, great photos.

The Good Life in Virginia said...

a nice series of flower photos...enjoyed them very much.
thank you.

Norm said...

love those series of pictures especially the yellow and pink flowers, love the Alexandra palm too, first time I see that in pic, thanks for sharing..

I put mine in Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow site..

Cathy said...

I think my favorite is the Alexandra palm, but they're all lovely. It was a treat to see them!

Laerte Pupo said...

Beautiful flowers, nice photos.

Denise said...

These are truly beautiful blooms Titania. Such lovely photos of them. Thank you.

Carletta said...

They are all so delicate! The palm ones remind of strands of pearls.
Lovely.

Pea in a Pod said...

That second flower shot is beautiful!

Mine is here;
http://yennygirl.com/?p=4094

arleena said...

A beautiful garden.
So very nice pictures.

nonizamboni said...

Thanks for sharing all the beauty from your garden! So interesting and uplifting to see blossoms when we have snow.

Titania said...

Thank you for your comments.

Arija said...

Love the palm flowers, quite similar to cordeline. Your Rue is different to mine which has cup shaped flowers. I bet they both smell equally astringent.
The third I am as yet not acquainted with. I take it, it is a tropical plant.