Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
So pretty! Haven't found any here yet but I'm looking.
that's a gogeous thing! I don't think that we have that in Penketh?Would it grow here?
Yes Gerry, it is a native plant of England also. It attracts Monarch Butterflies.There's an interesting article in today's Daily Mail Online.~Johttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1350454/Milkweed-miracle-Applying-sap-common-garden-weed-cure-skin-cancer.html
A pretty photo. Have a wonderful day !
I want one of these to play with my new camera. i enlarged it twice and it looks like an angel hair tree decorated with ornaments, each little seed pod hanging perfectly on it.
This is a beautiful capture. They are an amazing plant with all their little parachutes.
lovely jops thank you for following my blogx
What a fine capture! Well done!
I have never seen anything so beautiful! thank you for sharing your world.You touch us every time we come.lovetweedles
I can just feel the silky threads.That is an interesting article.
I agree with "A Brt in tennessee"You are going to have a lotof butterflies. Thats a good thing.
Lovely shot! Very pretty. I haven't been out and about looking for shots lately, soon I hope.
so beautiful!thanks for sharing your wonderful photos!betty
Each of your posts is like a jewel, seen close up in all its glory...concentrating on the finest details, and words added to polish it all to a lovely sparkle.
I came again to look and sit with you. All your photos are so gorgeous, it is hard to leave them and go my waynitey nitelovetweedles
hello my beautiful world hello everyone on this place! i am Kate
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