08 elokuuta 2017

Floral Bliss #33

This week I'll share with you a bunch of miscellaneous flowers that are blooming right now.


The first is a funny plant, Dipsacus fullonum - Laidunkarstaohdake,
a biennial that self sows where it likes.


I love this Eryngium alpinum - Alppipiikkiputki.
It is silver in bud but then turns to a beautiful blue.



Aconitum napellus, Lavatera thuringiaca, Ligularia przewalskii start blooming too.
Ukonhattu, harmaamalvikki ja valtikkanauhus aloittelevat myös.


Sedum spurium - Kaukaasianmaksaruoho



Rosa rugosa 'Schneekoppe / Snow Pavement' shows some blooms


Unknown Astilbe - Tuntematon jaloangervo

Waiting for the forecast heat weave that is promised for tomorrow!

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FROM TUESDAY 4 PM TILL THE NEXT MONDAY 4 PM
Helsinki time
Please join & share your photos with us!


Aurinkoista elokuuta! - Wishing you sunny August!

26 kommenttia:

  1. Es ist sehr schön, liebe Riitta, was zur Zeit so alles in Deinem Garten blüht. Meine Lieblingsfotos sind die Nrn. 2 und 3. So etwas Schönes dürfte sich auch ruhig in meinem Garten aussäen. Ich drücke Dir die Daumen für morgen.
    Liebe Grüße
    Edith

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    1. I think we would -deserve- some beautiful & warm weather finally! Liebe Gruesse, riitta

      Poista
  2. Ihania kuvia♥ Mukavaa tiistai-iltaa sinne!

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    1. Kiitos - sitä samaa sinulle!

      Poista
  3. Kauniit kuvat Riitta. Tuo alppipiikkiputki on minulle uusi ja outo tuttavuus.

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    1. Alppipiikkiputki on kaunis. Monet sanovat että se leviää hyvin, vaan eipä meillä vaikka saisi!

      Poista
  4. the second and third must be different flowers, right? Love them both bur never seen the third one.

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    1. The 2nd and 3rd are the same Eryngium alpinum. I have never before thought how they change their appearance. Have to watch!

      Poista
  5. Riita, I love all your blooms, the first ones are so striking. Are the thistles? But the Rose is stunning. Almost paperlike. Thank you for hosting!

    Pitchfork & Pistil
    https://pitchforkandpistil.com

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  6. You have wonderful garden full of flowers. A lot of work but also a lot of pleasure.
    I like Eryngium alpinum, I hope I'll find it in our gardenshop.

    VastaaPoista
  7. Good Luck with your heatwave tomorrow. Our forecast is more rain!!
    Your flower images are outstanding. Your first image of the Dipsacus fullonum, looks as though it has its own flower headband! Loving your delicate pink rose and Astilbe.
    Enjoy your brilliant sunshine tomorrow. I will think of you as I am finding ingenious ways of drying my washing :)

    VastaaPoista
  8. They are all beautiful but I am especially in love with the silver flower! That is so unusual.

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  9. Son todas preciosas. Saludos.

    VastaaPoista
  10. The flowers are so beautiful and I have seen most of them. The first three are really special and the light pink rose looks so paper thin. Have a beautiful day!

    VastaaPoista
  11. It si so wonderful in your garden, Riitta!
    Thank you for all the lovely pictures!
    HAve a happy day,
    Love and hugs, Claudia xo

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  12. Jopa on hempeää kukintaa. Kaunis blogi löytyi täältä, tulin ja jäin. Terkuin Katja http://paleredrose.blogspot.fi Lämpimästi tervetuloa visiitille.🌸

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  13. Such unique and lovely blooms in your garden, Riitta! Thank you for sharing the beauty and thank you for hosting! A hug xo Karen

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  14. Amazing pictures. I love the Eryngium alpinum too and I really hope that I will have it in my garden too one day! Did not check, that you are hosting a link party up to now. Thank you for doing that. I will join with my actual post, if this is ok!

    Have a wonderful rest of the week!

    Hugs
    Hilda

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  15. Hello Rita!:) You are true artist when photographing flowers. I always enjoy the beauty you share, and I love the grey plant. The insects seem to be attracted to it also! The flowers in your last image are lovely. I would love to have both of these plants in my garden. Hope you get some sun soon.:)

    VastaaPoista
  16. Hello Riitta! Beautiful all the blossoms, but I love so much the look of blue Eryngium alpinum (and you know what? I just can imagine how it can look this in sepia and b&w **-**); for sure, never seen before such a inflorescences of the plant I think... and all of them are really interesting to observe in nature.
    A very amazing day and week! Alexa

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  17. Fabulous photographs Riitta and some of your blooms are so unique.

    All the best Jan

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  18. Dearest ritta K; What a splendid line-up of flowers with gorgeous color and shapes♡♡♡ First three have unique and showy look of themselves♫♫♫ Yes, I also thought second and the third flower were the different flower :-)
    I LOVE the beautiful pale colored Sedum spurium so much; Thank you SO much for showing us these rare beauties, Dear friend.

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend, xoxo Miyako*

    VastaaPoista
  19. Hello dear Riitta!
    Your photos are very beautiful and artistic.
    I always watch them with great pleasure.
    Happy weekend:)
    Lucja

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  20. Aivan uskomaton tuo ensimmäinen, kuin minikokoinen kukka-asetelma! Luonnon omaa taidetta.

    VastaaPoista
  21. Hello Dear Riitta, you've shared a wonderful and different collection of florals here. Always a surprise in every corner of the garden :D)xx

    VastaaPoista
  22. Dear Riitta, thank you for sharing all this beauties and thank you for hosting. Have a nice weekend, Nicole

    VastaaPoista

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