Pink Daisies

Pink Daisies

Pink Daisies

I have found out that most flowers that look like daisies are asters! So it is time to formally declare another World Wild Aster Day with these beautiful Michaelmas daisies. These are very like the ones in my planted ‘rewilding’ patch. This wonderful cluster of deep pink, tall blooms appeared on the bank at the side of our drive this fall. I have never seen them before and so they must have had some animal or bird assistance in arriving at this location. They are so lushly coloured and so profuse, in one single, wild display as you can see, that they really do deserve a special day in their honour. Thanks to my wildlife assistants we can admire them on this WWAD, appearing out of nowhere to brighten my path. This patch is a superb example demonstrating to us that without any human intervention, the most beautiful flowers can flourish in the natural world to surprise us all of a sudden. Will you believe me if I tell you that I walked and drove past these a few times before they came to my attention? I hope your day today might hold a lovely surprise like this in whatever form it takes. Keep your eyes open so you don’t miss it! You can click or tap the image above to view in large in the gallery directly now, a new development on my posts. View all posts on the Home page.  A Flower a Day #389 

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The monthly and full Flower a Day Galleries with current content are below. Each day a new photo will be added. With today’s post there are now 389 to view on the project.

October 21 Gallery :