I took many photos of flowers late last week (azaleas, magnolias, tulips, cherry blossoms), and only this one was close to a Ruby. It’s an English Daisy plant that I bought at a small florist in North Brunswick, New Jersey when my boys were having orthodontic visits.
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32 thoughts on “Ruby Tuesday: English Daisy”
red is red and I don’t care where you get it. This is a lovely ruby you found.
That is really beautiful – well found and captured!
Dear little English daisies are a favorite of mine. They always remind me of a dewy English garden near a water tap.
This flower is so new to me! I suppose if it’s English, it likes to be wet.
Absolutely lovely daisy, Leora. Thanks for the infor about my hybrid tulip. I’m so pleased! 🙂
I’m good at Googling for info!
What a pretty flower. The blossom looks more like a thistle, though the leaves of course don’t.
Yes, it does look like a thistle. I would never think that this would be a daisy.
Your drenched little bloom is just lovely! Like Robin, the one that has fully bloomed does remind me of a thistle. 🙂
The color is gorgeous.
I saw your name in the links and realized I haven’t been in a long while. Either you haven’t been doing too many memes (seems that’s all I do these days) or I’ve missed seeing your name.
Always a pleasant visit here.
I was totally engrossed by work and Passover and work and … I’ll try to do a meme or two a week.
I love visiting your blog, too!
Do I just go the the wall on FB and add my comment saying that I vote for you?
Your daisy is lovely;
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Thanks so much.
Aren’t they just the bright and beautiful ones.
I will vote for you on FB.
Thanks, Lorri! 🙂
Such beautiful daisies! Love how we have one perspective of one in bloom and the other two are still in the process of opening! Enchanting!
“one in bloom and the other two are still in the process of opening” – I didn’t notice that until you said so. Good observation.
that’s a gorgeous daisy!
The look of a warm Spring is so evident here! A ruby daisy is not something I have seen, so here is to Spring and learning something something new!
As for our library, I can get onto the first floor of the classic building. The staff of the library are so nice and accommodating, that I ask and they fetch!
They are such pretty flowers. Leora. I hope they do well in your garden.
That is really pretty Leora..I will go to the Face Book page as to me there is only one choice…
Very nice shot!
Oh daisies are lovely! 🙂
My RT entry is here.
that’s a beautiful flower 🙂
Nice look.. I haven’t seen any English Daisy’s, I really like how the look. need some for my garden.
My Ruby Link for you
Like Carletta said, I’ve also missed you. And all I have been doing is photo memes, it seems. Aha that rhymes!
P.S. I forgot to say nice Ruby choice..I don’t think I’ve ever seen an English daisy.
the water drops add beauty on that lovely flower 🙂
u may view mine too here
Thanks for the lovely comment ~ about the Mondrian look. wow.
I snapped the photo as a lark. Just happy it came out.
That’s a beautiful macro. Love the subtle red and the way you’ve framed it.
such a beautiful daisy … i don’t remember seeing a red daisy before.