Friday, July 24, 2015

Flower Photo: Black-Eyed Susan Vine Plant

Black-Eyed Susan Vine Photo By Aquariann

I bought a Black-Eyed Susan vine plant in the spring for the first time and didn't expect it to bloom this long into summer. Last week one yellow blossom crept all the way from its trellis to the window box to bask in the morning dew with the Noa Blue Legend Calibrachoa Hybrid flowers from Garden Shack Farm.

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Flower Friday


Other flower hops where I've planted my post this week include Floral Friday Fotos, I Heart Macro, Saturday Show Off and Today's Flower.

18 comments :

  1. OMG! beautiful! brightens my day =) thanks for sharing!

    mary ann
    http://thirdeardear.blogspot.com/

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  2. I have seen those before but I don't remember where. they are beautiful.

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  3. A spring/summer gardening feat well done!! What a fabulous specimen to enjoy=)!!

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  4. Hello. Your works is Elegant.
    Greetings from Japan. ruma

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  5. Beautiful shot lovely colour too :-)

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  6. Really interesting looking flower. I have never heard of it before.

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  7. I love popping by to learn more about flowers :)

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  8. Took some photos of the blooms too! Its a therapy to take photos of them for me!

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  9. Love them! They are so unusual with those black eyes! :)

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  10. Love your flowers Kristin! :)

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  11. Lovely!
    Thank you for joining us on Floral Friday Fotos. I look forward to your next contribution.

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  12. Thanks for featuring my Wild Echinacea photo!

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  13. I love pictures of flowers...i take a lot myself...thanks for sharing with the Thursday Blog Hop!

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  14. pretty flowers in briliiant color :)..nice..

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