Sunday, 4 May 2008

Green Thumb Sunday - More Auriculas

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Well, as promised last week, the sun came out gently again today (and yesterday) so off I went to Mum's garden to grab some more shots of her auriculas. Have to say I am really pleased with how these turned out so I will stop blathering on and just let the photos speak for themselves :)



















12 comments:

No Rain said...

More beautiful photos. I like the maroon and yellow ones. I never think about using this color combo, but the flower proves it is a great combination. Happy GTS,
Aiyana

Arty Allsorts said...

Thank you Aiyana - the maroon and yellow is a 'named' variety but Mum's lost the tag! The more detailed and defined the markings the more special it is, apparently.
Happy GTS to you too :)

Laura said...

Stunning! That maroon & yellow one is beautiful:)

Saysie said...

Beautiful photo's arty! : )

Sara said...

Lovely photo's. I'm not really familiar w/ auriculas, but I'll look for them on my next shopping trip.
Sara

Lori V. said...

These are gorgeous! I don't know that I've ever seen these before.

Thank you for coming by my site & leaving some love for my Green Thumb Sunday photos. I've never used Gerberas as anything but cut flowers, so it will be interesting. ;-)

BlossomingTree said...

Beautiful flowers! Just lovely.

kml said...

I have never seen them before - they are most beautiful - especially the dark red with the yellow center!

Sarah McBride said...

very beautiful as usual! I wish I had such pretty flowers in my garden!

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whimsicalpam said...

Gorgeous photos!
I wanted to thank you for the little push that you gave me, when considering Pinkdoodle. I did it - with minimul conversion issues:)
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Mrs.Kwitty said...

My kid's school colors are maroon and gold--so those colors are really beginning to grow on me....this clinches it! lol Your photos are just gorgeous!
Smiles, Karen