Today’s Flowers #10

 

I think I was more excited about the green grasshopper than the flowers. The color of the flowers is very delicate, too. I took these on a walk in Willow’s neighborhood last week.

To see more flowers from around the world visit our host and hostess Luiz and Denise!

Photobucket is holding my photos hostage from 2007-2015 and replacing them with an ugly black and grey squares demanding money to release them, so frustrating.

34 thoughts on “Today’s Flowers #10

  1. That looks like the Plumbago we have around here. It can’t be left outside during the winter, I have to dig it up and bring it in but it is so worth it. There was some comment at the garden showcase that I first saw them at that they were a big thing in California. They look so like pholx but aren’t as winter sturdy as pholx. I had to look closely to see the grasshopper.

  2. These are beautiful Ellen!
    I think I’d be excited about that hopper too. I almost missed him. I had started to scoll on down the collage and he popped out at me.
    Really lovely!

  3. Hi, Ellen
    great time to catch the grasshopper, but I love you flower, mimosa and so delicate, and I like the way she grabs the clothes. here to call the Beautiful Emilia.
    hugs, Denise & Santilli

  4. I didn’t see the grasshopper until I read your text. The flowers look like phlox to me, but one of your readers thought it was plumbago? Pretty, whatever it is!

  5. What a great capture… like you the flower is second place ona shot like this… we have grass hoppers here but I just never seem to be able to capture one on camera…

    Hope you are well my friend
    Tom

  6. Beautiful blue and beautiful flower. Never seen one before. This is great about this Today’s Flowers, you got see new kinds of plant from all over the world šŸ™‚

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