Tag Archives: Mimulus

Still blooming!

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I still have flowers! Lots of them! I think it is quite appropriate that my late-autumn blooms are lovely autumn colours, too.

Would you like to play a game? Two of these shots were taken on iDJ’s iPhone 4s (by himself) the rest on my iPhone 3s (by me). Which two?

Rudbeckia (black-eyed-Susan), anyone?

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Whoops! A little wonky, let’s try another.

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Whoops, a little blurry! Oh well.

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A bloom size comparison between the Galliardia and the rudbeckia.

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What is possibly going to be my last sunflower of the year. We will see, the first plant had buds all the way down the stem.

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There’s the goddamn carrot pic I was looking for! Yummy 🙂

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And that first tasty ‘mater!

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These things are still going, the former mystery plant now identified as Mimulus.

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Just to be contrary, my last photo isn’t shades of orange and red, but of a pink Tigrida – yes, these are still blooming, too! Not as prolific these days, but I’m well impressed with these guys.

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