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Today’s Flowers: Pink Chrysanthemum
This “volunteer” chrysanthemum (I didn’t plant it; it’s right next to a large, red chrysanthemum bush that I did plant) showed up this autumn in shades of pink and rose. The yellow petaled flower is one of my rudbeckia (black-eyed susan).
26 thoughts on “Today’s Flowers: Pink Chrysanthemum”
beautiful chrysanthemum! thanks for sharing!
It just simply showed up?
How cool 😀
Lovely shot and a lovely flower.
I like that colour a lot 🙂
What a beautiful mix of flowers. I always love to get volunteers and yours is a perfect contrast to the planned one.
ahhhh… mums! they are so colorful this time of year! Yours is a beauty, Leora. I get those “surprises” too in my garden. I blogged them in my older post.
Leora: It is wonderful that such a beautiful flower would be a volunteer. Thanks for sharing the color.
Very nice pictures of very beautiful chrysanthemum flowers. Love the pink colour.
Thank you for sharing,
Beautiful mums … love the color 😉
I love ‘volunteers’ in my garden too! Thanks for visiting my pink floral mosaics.
Hugs and blessings,
I like how the pink is offset by the white… and the last remaining rudbekia.
Nature always win! It was looking for a place to thrive – and found your garden! Very beautiful!
What a nice surprise to have such a pretty volunteer srout in your garden.
She must have love your garden to voluntarily sprout in there..
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Leora the color is Amazing!that would perk me up any day!
What a lovely colour the pink one is!
I love the photos from your last few posts. The painting on the inside wall of the sukkah was wonderful, and I love the brightness of the chysanthemum in this photo, especially as the Northeast gets drabber-looking.
What a lovely one…Hope to hear from you too.
How pretty! Love the color.
Have nice week.
They are beautiful, I really love them and that pink color. Great photo!
Beautiful colors..very cheery on a gray day…
What luscious tones on the chrysanthemum blouses.
The color of these mums is gorgeous!
Mums are one of my favorite things about fall. 🙂
I was quite surprised by the pink in the color myself.
I did not know that mums ever self-sowed. How wonderful for you!
I suppose they are happy in my garden! I throw old parts with dried flowers in piles under the bushes – that may help with getting new ones to come up.
nice bright colors and like the way you followed the rule of thirds and included other flowers and dint just zoom in to it..
Thank you for telling me I used the rule of thirds! 🙂
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