Posts Tagged ‘Flowers’

Mexican Wood Sorrel

Posted May 22nd, 2009 by Sureshot | No Comments

Also known as a good luck plant probably because of it’s shamrock shaped leaves. It’s drought resistant and also weathers the cold pretty well. The fact that it has almost year round blooms doesn’t hurt either. It spreads easily, though so you want to keep it contained.

Pinks Macro Version

Posted May 2nd, 2009 by Sureshot | No Comments

I’ve been playing around with my macro setting. This photo of the pinks in the garden came out nicely. The veining in the petals shows up really well and the stamen and pisils are clearly defined.

Another Unknown

Posted November 17th, 2008 by Sureshot | 7 Comments

Another plant that I have no idea what it’s name is. The leaves are shamrock-shaped and it grows from teeny tiny bulbs. That’s all I can tell you. The leaves will fold up in the heat of the day, so it’s very drought-resistant. It multiplies and spreads pretty easily, so makes a nice ground cover […]

The Last Rose

Posted November 6th, 2008 by Sureshot | 4 Comments

  This teeny tiny bud decided to peek out as the weather turns cooler and autumn creeps in. A rose by any size smells as sweet to paraphrase the bard.

Canna Lily #2

Posted October 8th, 2008 by Sureshot | 3 Comments

I found this nice photo of my Canna Lily that’s out in the front yard. I think I had the macro setting on.