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An array of Mexican primrose on an expanding vine among the grasses of our front yard high alpine meadow.
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1069 days ago, 0 comment(s)
A deep maroon lily growing in our flower bed is framed by its neighboring ice plant.
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A single Mexican primrose close up. This plant is far more aggressive than expected, the vines are expanding across our high alpine meadow.
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Forgot to turn on my water before the recent heat wave in Colorado's Front Range, these white veronica's are struggling to bloom.
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Blue veronica beginning to bloom among a colorful collection of xeriscaped, high alpine meadow flowers and grasses in our front yard.
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A single lavender bloom begins to show forth from our High Mountain Meadow, xeriscape front yard.
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Like the brilliant reds and yellows of these Goblin Blanket Flowers, native to Colorado's high mesa prairie ecosystem.
An 11 X 14 version was my 1st professional, framed sale to a friend for her new apartment.
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Another of a series of Shasta daisies for Limes Wright comparison with UK coastal daisies.
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A scraggly pair of Shasta daisies standing tall in our High Alpine Meadow, front yard, near Denver International Airport. Taken to share with Limes Wright after an excellent shot of UK seacoast Moon daisies.
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Drought resistance is the driving force in our selection of trees, bushes and flowers in our garden. Here the bedding flower was bred for high mesa areas, the Colorado Gold Gazania. Their rayed flowers close in the afternoon, also, called treasure flower.
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1269 days ago, 0 comment(s)