My favorite pink and white flowers I’ve taken pictures of from the past 6 months 

1. March- Galanthus

2. April- Callery pear

3. May- Black locust blossom

4. June- Larkspur

5. July- Milkweed

6. August- Morning glories



Tie die roma tomatoes

Tie die roma tomatoes




realmonstrosities:

The Pelican Flower is a Central American vine with huge flowers that bloom for just two days before they wilt and die.

The first day is spent using the stench of death and decay to attract flies which get trapped overnight within the depths of the flower. They’re only let out the next day, after a dowsing of pollen, so they can get trapped by a whole new flower and pollinate it in the process.

Pelican Flowers get their name from looking a bit like a pelican from the side. I guess Malevolent Alien Chrysalis Flower didn’t catch on.

…Images: dl7tny/Cary Bass/Kew on Flickr/Brian Chiu/Brian Henderson







Giant Black eyed susans



Zinnia and a Dahlia

Zinnia and a Dahlia



Zinnia

Zinnia



I was told this little dude was a tomato hornworm but after looking at pictures online I think it might be a tobacco hornworm based on its stripes. He definetly did some damage to the tomatoes anyway

I was told this little dude was a tomato hornworm but after looking at pictures online I think it might be a tobacco hornworm based on its stripes. He definetly did some damage to the tomatoes anyway



flowersgardenlove:

Bumblebee primrose Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

flowersgardenlove:

Bumblebee primrose Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers



tiwago:

Tulip Tree

tiwago:

Tulip Tree



bartking:

Moss Campion Silene acaulis by Tim Melling on Flickr.

bartking:

Moss Campion Silene acaulis by Tim Melling on Flickr.



mostlythemarsh:

Lambs Ear

mostlythemarsh:

Lambs Ear



Fabaceae>Swainsona formosa Sturt’s Desert Pea DSCF4492 by Bill & Mark Bell on Flickr.

Fabaceae>Swainsona formosa Sturt’s Desert Pea DSCF4492 by Bill & Mark Bell on Flickr.



Cavendishia grandifolia, Ericaceae by Andreas Kay on Flickr.

Cavendishia grandifolia, Ericaceae by Andreas Kay on Flickr.



Golden currant

Golden currant

(Source: michiganflora.net)