Friday, 5 August 2011

Flowers from Brodsworth.

Last night I showed you some of the views to be seen within the gardens of Brodsworth Hall, tonight I'm going to show you a few of the flowers.

Echinacea
 Agapanthus
Clematis
You tell me!
Day Lily
These next few are obviously not flowers but I think are as good as if not better.
These first rose hips remind me of little squids.
Rosa Pimpinellifolia
This one stood out from the rest because 
of it's greyish foliage and masses of hips.

8 comments:

Beth said...

The photos are lovely!

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Beautiful blooms !
The mystery blossom looks very much like a White Profusion Butterfly Bush (Buddleia davidii cv.)I may be wrong, but it looks identical.
Great shots !
~Jo

Chicken lover said...

Gorgeous pics
Jane

Gail said...

My favorite is always the cone flower.

Black rose hips? I'm not familiar with these.

All the photos are beautiful.

ellen abbott said...

The purple coneflower (echinacea) has long gone to seed here. I've never been able to get Nile lilies (agapanthus) to bloom. but the double orange day lilies we have in abundance even though they too are done blooming. Beautiful butterfly by the way.

Emily C. said...

These pictures are treasures! I love Clematis! They're beautiful!

Sara said...

Loved how you were able to capture some insects doing their work.

Theanne and Baron said...

Bees Lady Bugs and Butterflies...how lovely...and of course so are the flowers, shrubs and trees! It is particularly wonderful to see the bees!