It has been continually producing blossoms for over a month now, and I have named it “Ms. Biscus.” Every morning when I see it I like to say: “Hi, Biscus!”
It was really buzzing at the Botanic Park yesterday. Many excellent scenes were photographed, but this was the best. I think I was as happy as this honey bee.
This time of year, the roadsides are bursting with color, almost to the point of distraction. But what a lovely distraction.
April has brought its share of showers; nearly 3.5 inches of rain has dropped already and the flowers are loving it!
A lovely pansy blooms on the cusp of spring. YAY, bring it on!
I posted the two flower images recently; yesterday afternoon I got my microscope out to look at the pollen from each. Wow, what a difference! Both flowers have their own distinct pollen as do all the other flowering plants. Not only are the flowers beautiful, their pollen proves that there is much more to theContinue reading “More Than Meets the Eye”
Saw this flower outside our door this morning. Though it is officially winter, the weather has been mild and this flower is making the best of it.
This amaryllis grew in just a few weeks from a bulb in a small puck of soil that expanded greatly with the simple addition of water. All we had to do then was wait. It’s amazing how some water and a little patience can brighten one’s life.