Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Nature - Wildflowers in the Garden


Nature Texture: Columbine growing wild in the Garden
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Right now, at this moment, my garden is in the midst of growing, but not blooming, except for all the wild columbines blooming. I should have taken more pictures of these today, but I have at least 20 of these plants scattered among my perennials. However, I can't remember ever planting them, they just kind of showed up. They probably were in a pot of another flowering plant that I bought and just self-seed well. Either way, this is one time that nature has provided a pretty flower and not a nuisance weed.

Well waiting for these to bloom:

I will enjoy the Columbine:

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6 comments:

  1. I too am waiting for some of my flowers to bloom. My sister gave me Columbine last year, but it didn't come back plus I think she was wrong because they weren't near as pretty as those you have pictured. Those are lovely. :)

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  2. Gorgeous captures of nature, love the bud... waiting to unfold its flower!

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  3. Columbine is such a hardy flower. When I shake my columbine, I can hear the seeds rattle around in the pods - hope my shaking spreads them even more. Beautiful photos today . . . is that an iris waiting to unfold? So glad you are enjoying your garden and the inspiration it provides.

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  4. You have to be so patient for nature to take it's course, lovely colours...

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