Pillars of the Summer Garden
This week, I am continuing with my purple shades of summer in the garden inspired by my grandmother’s garden on the farm. By this time of the year my lamb’s ear is towering over the driveway along the brick wall up the hill to our home. It’s beauty goes beyond it’s height. Covered in tiny pink and purple blooms, they sway in the summer breeze. Teasing the bees that hum from flower to flower. They are soft as a lamb’s ear to the touch and I occasionally remove a leaf to tickle Annabelle’s cheek.
In case you missed it, see my purple Summer Salvia and Whispering Lilacs. Or the pinks of Spring with Raspberry Magnolias, May in Bloom, Spring Unfolding, and Blushing Magnolia.
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A ShuttterBug Explores
Lovely floral macro shots and wonderfully edited it seems ? ^_^
Your captures are gorgeous and I love the details of the flower
Thank you Carol, they are so soft!
Very nice beautiful flowers.
These are so pretty and delicate!
Aren’t they, you don’t notice how delicate lambs ear blooms are until you see them up close!