This is the last flower I can find on my block. It is in a neighbor’s front yard, a neighbor who has many perennials planted in front of her house instead of grass.
I believe this is a kind of heather of the family Erica.
Today’s Flowers is hosted by Luiz Santilli Jr. Thank you, Luiz, for this lovely and fun meme.
27 thoughts on “Today’s Flowers in Winter”
Very pretty flowers!
Very beautiful flowers! Lovely to see anything in winter time.
It’s pretty … whatever it us. 🙂
Happy New Year
How wonderful to find flowers growing in December..many of us are still tolerating grey cold winter days! Smiles to you today! 🙂 NG
My lonely flower is not so fresh than yours little beautiful plants.
I’m envious that you have fresh flowers growing in your neighborhood. Lovely flowers.
Marvelous flowers, thanks for sharing!
Thanks also for posting for TODAY’S FLOWERS!
Hope you have a great 2009!
Lovely, especially the third one. I too have posted seasonal shots.
Leora! It is heather and I like it very much! Beautiful. Happy 2009.
That’s an interesting looking plant.
Nice shots of your neighbour’s Erica.
Whatever it is it’s very pretty, and I’m sure very welcome in the dead of winter.
Very beautiful and delicate looking
Lovely flowers. If you need any photos of camels let me know I have lots.
Very pretty =)
Very lovely flowers. How fortunate you are to find something in bloom!
nice you got a pretty flower for winter, thanks for sharing.
lovely to see some colour in the yard…..
Gill in Canada
what a wonderful flower during winter, beautiful color.
I don’t remember ever seeing something like this before. Very nice! 🙂
I saw some like this here in my place but I forgot the name. Oh have to research again. Thanks for visiting. Happy New Year 2009
Lovely shots, I love Heather thanks for sharing.
I like the idea of no grass for sure! Nice to see a bit of color in the middle of winter too.
What lovely photographs! The flowers bring a sweetness of color in the winter day.
Beautiful Heather. Mother Nature sometimes is generous. LOL. MB
Leora: Those are quite nice to see in the winter.
Amazing you can still find something so lovely this time of year! Wouldn’t mind having that in my winter garden.