Sunday, October 18, 2009

Mosaic Monday - Seed heads

Some flowers are still beautiful and interesting to look at after they have formed their seed heads.
Clockwise from top left is the spiky globe of echinacea (purple cone flower) that adds interest in the winter garden and food for several varieties of birds. Beside it is geum triflorum (native prairie smoke) and then clematis, finally a pod of the annual nigella.
Mary at Little Red House hosts Mosaic Monday each week so visit her site to see what other bloggers are making.

19 comments:

  1. I had a dry flower business way back and my favorite was Love in a Mist. Your photo's bring back many memories. Sharon

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  2. Your mosaic is very pretty, beautiful shots!

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  3. Very pretty and you are right very interesting.

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  4. They are indeed beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing your lovely images at MM. :)

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  5. Wow I don't know if I've ever seen these in this stage before. Very cool looking! ~Jeanne

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  6. There is so much more to gardening than simply appreciating the flowers :) Lovely seed heads and mosaic!

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  7. Your mosaic is so original! Love it! Also wanted to welcome you on our journey. Thanks for coming by my blog and signing up to follow. Hope to see you again soon. I need to run now and take a look at your lovely blog!

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  8. Wonderful end of season garden images. Have a beautiful new week...Kathy

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  9. ooooooh how beautiful.

    Beauty no matter what season or where we look.

    If you have a moment — I would love you to stop by and say hi!

    TTFN~~ Claudia ♥ ♥

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  10. I agree, so many plants and flowers are uniquely pretty when they seed off. Nice mosaic!

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  11. Very beautiful and delicate looking!

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  12. Beautiful mosaic!! Lovely..I think there is another level of beauty we can experience when the change!Awesome!

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  13. Oh wow that is a beautiful mosaic. Thank you for sharing. Have a nice day

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  14. Sometimes they're even prettier and have more texture once they reach this stage of maturation.
    Brenda

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  15. oh,..,very nice mosaic. That its the first time that I participate at the group and I am so happy for
    have a nice day
    graceolsson.com/blog

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