Welcome to Blooming Friday. Katarina, our host, has chosen Tiny as the theme for this week. I hope you enjoy going through these images.
Most tiny blooms go unnoticed unless they grow in clusters or in huge masses. But if you look closely and take in the details, or photograph them, you learn to appreciate their beauty. Think about the Bougainvillea (above). It’s the colourful bracts that come to mind when you think about it. Certainly not the white tiny flower! Or the Spider Plant whose drooping foliage is what first comes to mind. But its tiny white blooms aren’t just palin white at all. Don’t you love those little touches of yellow?
I found these these wild booms growing on the wayside yesterday. The Common Mormon butterflies took turns in feeding from the many clusters of small flowers.
One of the many flies who faithfully stop by my plants ever so often.
A hoverfly. I’ll see more of them in the coming months.
And I have always admired the tenacity of these tiny maidenhair ferns to thrive on a concrete wall. And to come back year after year as if that spot held water and food! The ones that I’ve bought from the nursery can’t seem to forgive me for looking after them;)
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Thank you for stopping by. Have a great Friday!