This rose resides outside our front window. At blossom time with the window open, the entire room is filled with it's bouquet.

Photographed when just fully involved, this calla was only three inches when shot. Award Winner at the Southeastern
Festival of Flowers, Greenwood, S.C. 2006 sponsered by Fugi Film

THE COLOR AND FORM OF THIS CALLA LILY REMINDS ME OF THE RICH FLAVOR OF AN ICE CREAM PARFAIT DESSERT

nestled under a tall pine in our yard, i was lucky to find these three blooming at the same time

When in Greenwood, S.C., a visit to Park Seed and Wayside Gardens is a must. These wonderful hybrid cannas had just been cut and several made their way to the front deck of our Charleston home to be photographed.

Colorado's state flower


This flower is absolutely stunning. The petals are thick and translucent. I shot this in the late afternoon sun and it literaly "lit up" for me.
Award winner at the 2007 Festival of Flowers sponsored by Fuji Film

Neomarica is a Brazilian member of the iris family. It is clump-forming, with 24-inch long, pendulous, deep green and glossy sword-shaped leaves emerging from a group of congested rhizomes. Walking iris is sometimes called “apostle plant” because it was commonly supposed that the flower stalk emerged in the central position of a fan of 12 leaves; but in reality most rhizomes flower with six to eight leaves present.


Fascinated by the "beard" of the bearded iris, this photograph was shot in a "super" macro mode to capure the true heart of the flower.



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