Thursday, January 19, 2017

Bicolor Flower Photo: Asian Buttercup, 'Bloomingdale Group'

Bicolor Buttercups Flowers Photo by Aquariann
What's up, buttercups? I was so busy preparing my Snowflake Nail Wraps and Walking Dead Calendar prize posts for the Jeepers It's January Giveaway Hop that I didn't have time to visit as many blogs as usual. I hope to catch up with all of you this week!

Behold the beautiful bicolor buttercups I photographed at Longwood Gardens last April! Another angle of their perfectly pretty petals is available on Instagram.


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Christmas Rose by fimWorks Fresh Flowers by @myllls White Blooms Photo by Bettyl
Christmas RoseFresh FlowersSunshine and Blooms

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Flower Friday


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23 comments :

  1. Such a beauty, dear Kristin!
    Thank you so much for hosting ... and i find my Christmas rose above ;-)
    Have a happy weekend!
    Frauke

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  2. Wowowow!! What a beautiful, glowing shot!!

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  3. Heisann.... what a beautiful rose buttercup! Happy weekend ;:OD)

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  4. Beautiful shot love the colours :-)

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  5. Of course roses are my favorite flower, the color in yours, is absolutley amazing
    Hope you have a beautiful day!

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  6. I've never seen one of these. How big are the blooms?

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    1. Fairly big! According to Seedaholic, they grow 3-4 inches in diameter.

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  7. This looks like a beautiful rose! Is it really a buttercup?
    Thank you for sharing!

    - Lisa

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    1. Yes, it is the Ranunculus asiaticus species in the buttercup family. Tonight I'll be posting another angle on instagram.com/aquariannart where it looks less like a rose.

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  8. Kristin, what a pretty flower! It almost looks like the petals were dipped in paint. :) Thanks for sharing and have fantastic WW!

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  9. That is such a pretty flower! I love it.

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  10. Indeed it's a pretty flower! I love hot the two colors blend beautifully. Nice photo..

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  11. That is a truly beautiful flower. I wonder if it can grow around here? I would love to see those pretties in my garden!

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  12. Beautiful photo! You have a lovely blog. :)

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  13. SO pretty! I love flowers with the two tones, especially when they complement each other so well.

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  14. This flower is so pretty. Love the pops of colour :)

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  15. Beautiful flower! Love the colors! :)

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  16. Wonderful! Thanks for sharing at Impulsive Artistry's Monday Feeling Inspired Linkup!

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