September 11, 2017 Just typing this date sends an eerie chill down my spine. I awoke this morning to discovering on my Peace Lily plant had 2 amazing tiny white flowers. They have never been there before. As a matter of fact I have researched this flower and NO articles mention these tiny white flowers […]

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September 10, 2017 With so much tragedy in this great country….I need to search and pull out a” happyflower.” I was shopping for mums the other day to decorate my doorstep. As I walked through hundreds and hundreds of mums….rustic brown…burnt orange….maroon in color…reminding me of the hurricanes, tornados, fires, all filled with gloom around […]

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September 8, 2017 The gazania is a pretty little daisy like flower that looks good in containers. It is low maintenance but likes full sun. I read that they attract birds….nice!  They are easy to care for. I saw a couple gazania mixed in with the cosmo field I photographed the other day. Here is […]

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September 7. 2017 This is a flower that is not seen that much here in Jersey. The California Poppy is the state flower of California of course. I am telling you all about this flower today because you can plant the seeds for them this time of the year. This way you can enjoy the […]

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September 5, 2017 When I took a photography class the instructor told us we should always take a shot with a name plate in it just so we can categorize our photos at a later time. Its a very helpful thing. I wanted to talk about this ruffley purple flower today….but couldn’t recall its name. […]

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September 4, 2017 Sometimes when you are doing photography you need to take a closer look. There is hidden beauty in everything we are looking at and most of all ….inside of us. While out with my camera exploring I came across this Cosmo field! Crazy colorful and most of the flowers come out a […]

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September 3, 2017 I started my decorating outside for the changing of the seasons. This plant is an ornamental pepper which is not to be eaten. It comes in a variety of colors such as yellow, orange, red and green. Much like your regular peppers. If you dry them out and save the seeds from […]

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