The Garden (Purple)

Photo By: Carrie

My mother-in-laws potted garden is sprinkled with a rainbow of colors. RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, GREEN and now lets look at PURPLE. Her yard also offers some really brilliant flowering plants.

Photo By: Carrie

Photo By: Carrie

I love these purple daisies. Especially their pollen sprinkles.

Photo By: Carrie

These purple clusters of tiny flowers are so dainty. Sadly, I don’t know their name. Their leaves are also very interesting.

Photo By: Carrie

Photo By: Carrie

Photo By: Carrie

These final purple flowers are so wild. They are from a bush in my mother-in-laws yard. There were hundreds of these blossoms floating out beyond the leaves. They almost looked suspended in mid-air.

Feel free to leave a comment offering your botany knowledge. I am all for learning the names and history of my subjects.

Remember if you can’t get enough of my mother-in-law’s potted flower garden, don’t worry. Click HERE to find Red, Orange, Yellow and Green flowers including some poems inspired by all the beauty.

5 comments

  1. First off a disclaimer: I have absolutely no botany knowledge whatsoever BUT can confirm that I LOVE these purple flowers! They are beautiful, especially the wild ones. I think your mother-in-law has a really cool potted flower garden and thank you for sharing 🙂

    1. 🙂 Thank you Gale, I really appreciate you taking the time to comment. I too have very little botany knowledge but LOVE flowers so I take a lot of photographs of them. My mother-in-laws potted garden is really quite a sight. Very wild, free flowing, over run with flowers. Her pots alone are worth photographing, may just have to do that one of these days. I agree, those WILD blooms are incredible. I can’t wait to go back!

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