Monday, July 20, 2009

Black Eyed Susan

Black eyed susans were my grandmother's favourite flower.

I look for them every year.

This cluster of blossoms looks so interesting with the delicate grass on them.


George said...

These pictures of Black-eyed Susans are wonderful. No wonder your grandmother liked them so much.

Pat - Arkansas said...

Beautiful photos of a very attractive flower. We have lots of these around here, mostly on the edges of woods, and I'm always delighted to see them bloom.

SandyCarlson said...

Beautiful suzies!

Roses and Lilacs said...

They are one of my favorites too--and they bloom for a long time. I wouldn't want to be without a couple patches every summer.

Q said...

These are so lovely. How wonderful they were your Grandmother's favorites.
The flies are biting and I have been fighting the mosquitoes. I think it is going to rain soon.

Bronwynn said...

I like the fuzzy looking stems in the last shot. Very neat

Le Cheval Endiablé et Phyto said...

So beautiful flowers.
I love your blog. You have very beautiful pictures and with you, I can learn the English names of flowers.
For the spiking plant, I agree with the comments : it lookks like much an artichoke.

Angie said...

Happy flowers - very good photos :~)

Your EG Tour Guide said...

So cheerful! The black-eyed Susans seem especially beautiful this year.

Pacey said...

I love the unique name and how you've captured the details.


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