What is it that signals a plant
that it's time to begin the journey...
and is in exactly the right place
at just the right moment
to progress toward what it is destined to become.
Step by step,
minute by minute
Patiently becoming a beautiful blossom!
A perfect creation.
Lovely to behold.
Bringing joy to all who gaze upon it's beauty.
happening every day
happening every day
over and over again
in gardens all across this amazing earth.
Take the time today to pause and reflect...
notice the beauty of the miracles around you.
It will jump start your week!
♥ ♥ ♥
What miracles do you see in your gardens?
I love this picture progression.ReplyDelete
Wow! Love the sequence of pictures. They are beautiful!ReplyDelete
Wow, love the pictures.ReplyDelete
I am so glad I found your blog! you have a wonderful way with words, and your photos are beautiful.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed your thoughts and photos. It actually brought to mind lectures from my horticulture classes and the physiology of flowering plants.....test questions filled with complicated words.ReplyDelete
On the other hand, I prefer to just enjoy the wonder as you do :-)
Liz, KellyAnne and Chars... so glad you enjoyed my pics. I had such fun taking them. I did this over the course of a couple of days. Changes happened rather quickly... amazing.ReplyDelete
Africanaussie... so glad to see your sweet face again! I've missed you. I'm quite certain we would be fast friends if we weren't separated by an ocean.
Noelle... I'm impressed that you know all the technical facts of a plants physiology and I always enjoy your comments.
Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. If you would like for me to send you some seeds from my butterfly weed go to my profile where you can find my email and send me your address. It is a great plant.ReplyDelete
One of the miracles regarding my garden is that I have met so many wonderful people. Another thing is that despite all the bugs there is enough garden for us both. The strong survive.
What a wonderful post! I loved the sequence of photos. The natural world really is an astonishing place.ReplyDelete
Family is a given but each flower in our garden as each friend in our life, a miracle.ReplyDelete
Great pictures, I love the sequence.
A really good picture show of the unfolding plant - absolutely fabulous photography.ReplyDelete
Lisa I would LOVE seeds! Thank you for the offer. :)ReplyDelete
Deb, Joey, Ellada and Catherine, thank you for your sweet words, a blogger lives on comments from those who enjoy their posts!
I also love Echinacea. Your photoes are beautiful.ReplyDelete