Saturday, April 25, 2015

Photo a Day 85 - Friday's Flowers

I am never short of flower photos to publish - the hard part is to decide what to use and whether other people want to look at them.

The Japanese windflowers   -  Anemone hupehensis  -  have been  pretty this year although somewhat affected by the lack of summer rain. The display has not been as good as in past years, but they have still added a delicate colour to the Autumn garden.

We have mainly the ordinary variety although there are a number of named varieties and hybrids these days, including the double dark pink variety below.

Liz Needle  -  linking with " Floral Fridays Fotos" and "Todays Flowers".


  1. Your flowers are beautiful !
    Lovely pictures !

  2. Marvelous flowers. So delicate and soft. Great captures!


  3. Very petty flowers. I have these in my garden althouogh they will not bloom for a coule of months yet

  4. I'm a bit partial to anemones, too. Yours are lovely and show no sign of stress.

  5. They're gorgeous! I love anemones.

  6. These are such beautiful flowers in so wonderful and tender colours!!! How much I like it!!!

  7. These are lovely and the last one with raindrops on its petals is very appealing. Thanks for linking with Today's Flowers Liz. Very much appreciated.

  8. These are great shots of this very rewarding flower, Liz. We have them blooming in our garden at the moment.
    Thanks for participating in Floral Friday Fotos, I look forward to your next contribution!