Sunday, October 7, 2012

I Heart Macro~Blogtoberfest Day 7

I have no idea what these flowers are.  I know I liked the small compact size of the plant and most of all I loved the color!  Do you know what it is?



I'm joining Studio Waterstone for I Heart Macro.

Have a lovely Sunday!

xo Annette xo

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! But would not have a single clue for what they are called ;)

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  2. No Idea but they sure would brighten a garden up ...great photo. x

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  3. They look similar to pink spirea in the first photo, but not so in the 2nd. The leaves look more "sagey" too. The spirea leaves are brighter and shinier. Lovely plants, whatever!

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  4. In a way it reminds me of Kalanchoe, however I think Gunilla is right and that it's a sedum. But guess it doesn't really matter what it is called as it is a lovely plant with wonderful flower clusters. As they say "A rose by any other name would smell just as sweet".
    Hope you have a very blest Sunday. :)

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  5. It is hard to see the size of the plant from the photo but I agree it is a Sedum and I think it is Stonecrop. Beautiful color!

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  6. Beautiful colors and especially the second one is a fantastic close-up

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  7. Definitely sedum. I have it all over my garden because you basically can't kill it...it does well in shade and sun...comes out in September when the rest of my garden is brown...and it dries lovely.
    Now you know.
    Loves the macros
    Cheers,
    Leah

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  8. Other than beautiful, I have no idea what they are! ;-) gorgeous macros of them!!

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  9. Really lovely but I have no clue what they are :)

    Have a lovely Sunday, cheers, T. :)

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  10. These are very nice when added to flower arrangements in a vase. You are doing well with your Blogtoberfest. Keep it up! Aloha!

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