Flower Finds for the month of May! Every Monday I share a flower picture on my Facebook page. Here is the story behind them, hope you enjoy…
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Don’t you love the color purple? You know I do, and here is a pretty shade of purple I found in this rose which is called the Twilight Zone. I was at the local nursery the other day, and I literally got lost in there for a couple of hours. I must have taken 100 photos, it was early morning, and not crowded. The employees didn’t seem to mind, as they watered the grounds, I snapped pics everywhere! It was a zen moment in time that I really needed that day.
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As I wandered up and down each aisle (more than once), I found the succulent section. I’ve discovered a new love for them a couple of years ago. The shades of green in these plants are just amazing, my favorite color is green.
This delicate Fuchsia is one of my favorite pictures that I took that day. The colors are so vibrant and the sun was hitting it just right to highlight its beauty. It was planted in the blue pot that made a pretty background for the flowers. So much inspiration can be found in flowers.
A pretty pink Geranium plant I found while out on my walk, I found these flowers just wanting their picture taken! They were in the shade which made the pink color so rich.
Marigolds I found on my walk, these are such a pretty shade of orange. Such a small flower with a big burst of color.
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The Hibiscus flower is one of my favorites. I spotted this one on my walk and captured it here. It has a ombre look with the centers a dark purple ending with the light violet petals. They are a small flower and are very easy to grow.
I love the soothing sound of a water feature. Here is a pretty one I found at the nursery.
Last month I shared this group of lovely flowers from my yard. Click Here to read more of my April Flower Finds!
I hope you enjoyed my flower finds this month as much as I did.
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