Monday, September 6, 2021

Flowers of Ann Arbor

 






Happy Labor Day, My Lovelies!  What are your plans?  Are you grilling, or at the beach?  We're just relaxing today because we've had a very busy weekend.

Today I'm sharing a few of my favorite flower photos from our Mid-August trip to Ann Arbor, Michigan.  We went there to visit our older daughter and my sweet son-in-law.  Some of the flowers are from their garden, and there was a large sunflower field within walking distance of their home.  The northern hibiscuses were amazing: Some, like the one above, are as large as dinner plates.  Plus, their petunias up there look beautiful, long after ours have withered down South.

I hope these photos bring you a little joy today!























Until next time...

Blessings!
Ricki Jill





8 comments

  1. We still have SO many wildflowers blooming here now! We're just catching up around the house today. We hiked twice over the weekend! Happy Monday!

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  2. Ahhhhh beautiful. Happy Labor Day. Hope you are enjoying the long weekend.

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  3. I love hibiscus, I didn't realize they would grow that far north, beautiful!

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  4. Oh my, I can't believe their temps are still conducive to having pansies thrive! I've grown all of those flowers in my landscape that you've pictured. This was like a visit down memory lane, thank you!

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  5. These are really lovely. I want to suck in all the floral beauty I can get, knowing that when winter comes, it will be back to grocery store blooms! Next time you visit, try Matthei Botanical Gardens (indoors and out) -- they're lovely.

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  6. So pretty - there is nothing like a sunflower against a bright blue sky! Great shot

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