Saturday, May 16, 2009

Today's Flowers; Azaleas;


Bettina;




Little Girl;



Mrs.Bolton;
I grow mainly evergreen Azalea-Rhododendron X; also a few Kurume with small flowers. They are all easily propagated from cuttings from December to February.

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Photos TS.

11 comments:

Judy said...

They are all three lovely flowers, but the lighting in the first shot is so dramatic!! I love it!! I hope that one goes on the wall somewhere!

VALKYRIEN said...

I agree with Judy; the first shot is amazing! Love the light on the flower - and the dark surroundings! Beautiful all of them, but that first captured my heart!

Thank you for your very nice comment on my blog! And we are a bit alike Irish - and Scotsmen I believe! We have a lot af realives both places....the vikings where there you know! :)

But the shot of the flag is taken during sunset over Oslo, not sunrise!

Kilauea Poetry said...

Very soft delicate flowers..so lovely! Enchanting colors..Your works paid off! Nice shots- all-

lili11 said...

Easily propagated? That's what I wanna hear. Those blooms are amazingly pretty.Be Beautiful

Arija said...

The light on Bettina is absolutely superb!

guild-rez said...

Beautiful pictures of your Azaleas!
We have heavy clay soil in Toronto and I have not planted any Rhodos or Azaleas. Your pictures tempt me to plant some.
Than you for your comments!

Blue said...

Gongrats for these beautiful flowers.
So sensitive colors.

Tulip said...

lovely colors of azalea flowers.

ButterYum said...

Oh how I adore azaleas!

Regina said...

Beutiful.

Danielle said...

How lovely! That first photo where the sun is peaking through and the rest shadowed is amazing and I love it. Beautiful flowers in all of them. As always thanks for your visit. You always have such nice things to say :)