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Saturday, April 13, 2013

Early Spring and Beautiful Blooms

There is indeed beauty in weeds. This is called Virginia Spiderwort or Tradescantia Virginiana which is commonly grown in gardens. It can grow from 1 to 3 feet tall and mostly has purple, blue and white flowers. According to some experts in Horticulture, this is not a weed but, a native plant.

As for the rest of these beautiful flowers below, I have no idea what their names are.
I am no expert in flowers but, when I saw these plants in my yard today, though they are beautiful, I still consider them as weeds.
Check out the photo below, I even caught a bee trying to sipped a nectar out of it ... just my wild guess :-) or helping for pollination (wink).
This plant is really pretty, check out the flowers, I might cultivate it because the leaves are pretty.
Now, this for sure is my least favorite occupant in my garden, the flowers withered easily.
This is the only variety in the entire yard, looks like a tiny sunflower.
That's all for now friends. I will be posting some of my favorite flowers in my garden next time. I have few in blooms. Thanks for stopping by. Oh, if you know the names of the above plants/weeds/flowers, feel free to share it with us. Thanks and hope to see you again.

1 comment:

  1. So lovely. Biski weeds ma appreciate dyud na ko ang beauty. :)


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