Today’s Flowers #6

No two gardens are the same. No two days
are the same in one garden.

— Hugh Johnson —

A pink Amaryllis from my mother’s garden for Today’s Flowers.

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~ by Piedmont Perspective on 15 September 2008.

13 Responses to “Today’s Flowers #6”

  1. Your mother must be a very lucky person to have a garden like that!

    If you like a white weed, have a look at my site.

  2. a beautiful choice for the day!

  3. Lovely flower! I love that soft pink color.

  4. Beautiful! I love amaryllis, and this one is terrific. I’ve never seen them grown in a garden.

    Your stairs below look a little scary! It says “Do Not Enter.” I don’t think I would anyway!

  5. Beautiful shot of the amaryllis! My mother grows them also but her’s are red.

  6. Most excellently taken! A gorgeous Flower Portrait!
    Cheers, Klaus

  7. It’s beautiful. I’ve never seen them except in pots. Great photo!

  8. Gorgeous! Looks like Mom certainly has a green thumb.
    Well framed shot!

  9. Such a sweet colour!

  10. This is one beautiful flower. Love the color. BJ

  11. Fantastic flower and fantastic capture!
    Marvelous post.
    Thanks for join us in TODAY’S FLOWERS and hope to see you every week!
    If you want, send me a flower and I’ll post soon in TF.
    You find my e-mail in my profile!
    Have a nice days,

    Luiz

  12. This pic is so stunning! I was in total awe as soon as I saw it! Glorious!

  13. My son planted this beautiful flower last year. It gave us a spectacular show this year. Fall is setting in and it is fading.

    Great picture.

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