Friday Flowers

There are some beautiful, clever and interesting blogs on the block.   They are all excellent but one or two I find a great inspiration  from and one in particular  is Gwirrels’ Garden.   Liz’s photography skills are  breathtaking and as a  relatively newbie amateur photographer, I have learned a lot over the last year, just by looking at her photographs which have given me a new way at looking at capturing plants and flowers.

I discovered Friday Flowers  on Gwirrel’s Garden blog.  It is a bit like Wordless Wednesday, not a meme but a showcase of flora and fauna with few words posted regularly on a Friday.   I love looking at the variety of photos and until now have not joined in  but have always meant to.

This evening  I called in to see my neighbour (and good friend) for a Friday evening drink and took my camera.   I love her garden, which is shady and full of interesting plants which include collections of Salvia and Euphorbia.

So without any further words below are a selection of the flowers from her garden for Flower Friday.

This post follows on very closely to Garden Bloggers Bloom Day which is on the 15th of each month, but as I never tire of photos of flowers, I hope you don’t either.

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10 thoughts on “Friday Flowers

  1. Lovely array of pots – is that your back door they’re standing by? I take it it is….



    1. Hi Linda, no its my neighbours garden. All the flowers on that post came from her lovely garden so I thought I would share it with others.


  2. I thought my photography was improving but I see I still have a way to go. Just beautiful and not an image too many!


  3. Great detail. Thanks!


  4. Goreous garden to photograph and I love salvias, especially clary.


  5. Ronnie I love both yours and Liz’s blogs and especially for the wonderful flowers…these are just amazing Ronnie…a garden one could gaze at for hours.


  6. Beautiful. 🙂


  7. Hi Ronnie,

    Beautiful blooms 🙂 The Foxgloves are so much more impressive this year compared to last year where mine barely reached 3 foot thanks to so little rain! I already have plenty of seedlings popping up all over the bark chippings on the tier… I should get moving them ready for next year.

    Your friend’s garden looks to be an absolute delight to wander 🙂

    Also, thank you for the very kind plug of my blog. I’m not sure what to say really – not one for blowing my own trumpet, but please believe I am very grateful and touched.


  8. I will never tire of photographs of flowers – they lift my heart and make me soar, just as these ones did today. A beautiful start to my day, thank you so much! They colour my world.
    I must go over and check out Gwirrels’ Garden, thanks for pointing me in the right direction Ronnie!


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