Columbine (or Granny’s Bonnet) – Wordless Wednesday


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18 Responses to Columbine (or Granny’s Bonnet) – Wordless Wednesday

  1. mattb325 says:

    Beautiful plant – the markings are fantastic

  2. bittster says:

    Beautiful closeup and I love all the background color!

  3. Jewels says:

    Lovely shot! My columbine is just about to bloom too. 🙂

  4. I’m encouraging the blue ones in my garden. Did I spot a blue one in the background of your close-up?

    • Benjamin says:

      yep, its a lovely deep blue…i find the hotter colors always seem to do better in our garden than the cooler…not sure if i have the data to back that up, but that’s the way it seems 😉

  5. LaVagabonde says:

    Beautiful shot. Such rich colors. When I was a child, I successfully transplanted one of these from the forest to a garden. Adults said it couldn’t be done. 😉

  6. Ellen Hawley says:

    Gorgeous. They jump the garden happily here in the UK, although I’m not sure they’re truly wild. But when they do they lose the mix of colors I’d learned to associate with them and turn either a solid purplish blue or a solid pink.

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