A Flower a Day today is actually a spray of flowers for the day, in this lovely sprig of tiny Sedum blooms. This plant grows beside our house, in a shady area, next to some giant hostas just behind the lilac bush, beneath the honeysuckle, near the Solomon’s Seal and this side of the dahlia bed. In case you wonder, I am describing the location and surroundings so that you and I can almost feel ourselves back in the summer, surrounded by the sight and smell of flowers everywhere we look. These little flowers and buds have such beautiful little spiky petals with pale bases and they are beloved of bees and flies, particularly late in the season when pickings can be lean for them. I hope you were briefly brought into a memory of a warm late summer afternoon with this photograph and that it warmed your hearts and your day. And today you also get a bonus Sedum photograph below. 😀
The project, which started as a Covid escape and distraction for me and subscribers and followers, has turned into a mission in its own right, to the point where now I hope to pick my favourites and produce a book, once I finish the daily posts. I am so glad that you have all decided to share in my daily flower musings. Thank you all for your kind comments and behind the scenes support.
The Flower a Day Gallery with current content is below. Each day a new photo will be added. With today’s post there are now 183 to view. Click or tap to view full size.
A gallery of flowers shared on a daily basis to cheer myself and hopefully you, the viewer too, during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic period.
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