Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Spring Flower Photos

I am sharing some more pictures of my foxgloves and other spring flowers. 
Foxglove with some sort of mutation that causes a wider stem and clump of blossoms.

Another mutated foxglove from a few years ago.  This one did not produce seeds.

Daisies and foxgloves
A rear view of the garden, with the stump of the tree in the lower left photo.  The garden has flourished since we removed it.
Roses and foxgloves, with poppies beginning to bloom.
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1 comment:

  1. How beautiful! But what a strange mutation! My children gave me a foxglove for Mother's Day that I planted beside the pond. I have plenty of Shasta Daisies all around. I love your inviting, country garden and have added your blog to my list!