Not a lot of “at their peak” flowers showing in my garden now. The marigolds are limping along, and I still have a few rudbeckia. White alyssum, however, are as vibrant as ever; these annuals reseed themselves each spring, so no need to plant new ones. The purple alyssum variety do not reseed in the same way.
That’s parsley poking up from under the white alyssum. Fun to mix herbs and flowers.
Today’s Flowers is hosted by Luiz Santilli Jr. Thank you, Luiz, for this lovely meme.
22 thoughts on “Today’s Flower: White Alyssum”
Both angles are beautiful.
both photos are lovely.
Leora: What neat flowers you have shown.
Ha, we will deny the seasons!
When it’s cold and grey outside, we’ll start!
Quite a beautiful name fit for a beautiful flower. Have a nice week!
A lovely display of flowers, great photos.
Beautiful photos of your white alyssum, Leora! Thank you for visiting and for your kind comments.
I like the name of the flowers. They are beautiful and so are your photos.
I’ve always liked these. They’re a great filler and they’re pretty too. 🙂
That first shot is my fave! They’re very pretty looking~
Mine is up too, HERE. If you get a chance;) Happy TF!~
those are really pretty
These are still quite lovely!
Fine photos and flowers
Sweet Alyssum does deplete the soil, but is such a great groundcover, even more drought resistant than Erigeron and just so pretty.
Arija, I didn’t know that about alyssum. I’ll have to do some research. It looks pretty with my other flowers, especially the tulips in the spring.
Those are beautiful..there isn’t anything left here blooming near Buffalo NY
I’m so fond of these little workhorses of the garden! Their scent still lingers, in fact I have a whole pot of the ‘Easter Egg’ variety that still thrives in November (!)
Thanks for sharing the beauty!
Beautiful and delicate flower!
Marvelous your post in TODAY’S FLOWERS!
Thanks for visiting me!