Photo by Salt Water New England

Sunday, June 7, 2020

Season of the Lupine

Photos by Salt Water New England








12 comments:

  1. Thank you for your gift of posting such beautiful images. Your time, effort and art are so much appreciated!

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    1. I agree. And especially now when some of us aren't going out much. (Mainly because it's too hot here in Atlanta.) So thank you for these refreshing photos.

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    2. Yes. Thank you. Have always enjoyed your photography.
      MaryAnne

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  2. These always take me back to my childhood Muffy . They were very popular in the fifties , together with carnations and hydrangea . Mother had many colours of Lupine , of which the rose coloured were my favourite :-) Being a legume , they thrived without fertilizer , which was not available during the War .

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  3. Another visual treat. Thank you for keeping them coming!

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  4. Quite the stunner. Lupines are an addition to a timeless Prince Edward Island vista, cast against the red clay soils and predominant evergreens.

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  5. Love lupines but have never had much luck with them. It rains hard and the flower get bent and never seem to be straight and tall like the catalog photos. Guess I will just have to admire other people's lupines!

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  6. Such beautiful photos. What a wonderful way to start the day. Thank you so very much for everything!

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  7. Beautiful photos, Muffy. Thank you for sharing them! Really appreciate your blog.

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  8. Tom, Carol and I first encountered this beautiful plant in Novascotia. It's also in Maine we find, in abundance. Thanks for sharing.
    George

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  9. Thanks for sharing, Tom.
    George

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  10. If you ever get to Iceland these things are everywhere.

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