Tuesday, July 16, 2013

From Bud to Bloom, Hollyhocks!



This weeks entry is another bud to bloom post featuring old fashion (heirloom) hollyhocks.

old fashion heirloom hollyhock buds emerging
(please click on photos to enlarge, please ask before using)


hollyhock buds with dark pink blooms starting to open


 old fashion heirloom dark pink hollyhock flower,
spilling with pollen (darn image would not rotate for me)


hollyhock flowers fading and turning to seed-heads

This week I am adding buds to blooms to seeds!


hollyhock seed-heads dry and ready for harvest to share or add some to another part of your garden


What things are blooming or budding
in your yard and garden?
Are you enjoying this series, should I continue?

Please link up this weeks post you want to share, and leave a comment ( I love them and return the love!)



Until next time,
have a great wordful or wordless Wednesday!



22 comments:

  1. Pretty. We don't have these around here that I know of. Very pretty.

    Have a fabulous day Faythe. Big hugs. ☺

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  2. I've always loved your garden!

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  3. This is the first year that I have planted hollyhocks. They look just like yours. I hope to have even more next year. Thanks for hosting and for the pic.

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  4. Pretty, I really need to de-weed my garden, always right?!
    lol

    Tammi
    http://www.myorganizedchaos.net

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  5. Beautiful flowers. Day Lilies are doing well in my garden now. Thanks for hosting.

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  6. Very interesting to follow the life cycle, but makes life seem to go by just that much faster :)

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  7. Anonymous9:19 PM

    Please continue to talk "FLOWERS" and "GARDENING" kiddo, your Hollyhocks are beautiful! You are an inspiration to me! <3

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  8. Anonymous9:25 PM

    That's my comment sis/love Terrylynn xoxo

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  9. Gorgeous captures!

    Continue to delight us with your beautiful series, Faythe!

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  10. Hello, Faythe!! Good to see you back! Your hollyhocks are something else! Wow! I hope to link up soon!

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  11. Hey Girlfriend! How ya doin? I have never seen a hollyhock before. Interesting. In fact, tell ya how dingy I am because I'm allergic to bees & so is my son I never had flowers on my property, but I have these beautiful orange flowers on in my backyard by my fence & hubby loves them too, so they're staying, but I wondered how they got there & my neighbor said, "Dam poopin' birds"! hahahahaha I didn't know that! LOL

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  12. What a fantastic color the flowers are. Thank you for sharing.

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  13. Great to see your flowers in bloom. Lovely color.

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  14. These are lovely. I must try and grow some.

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  15. How lovely I wished I had a garden :-)

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  16. They are really pretty flowers.

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  17. Yes, please continue the series! Your photos are fascinatingly fabulous.

    ♥ aquariann
    Featured Photo: Pink Floribunda Rose

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  18. Seeds to plant unless the birds and squirrels get to them first! Pretty much everything is growing here now. We had lots of rain and sun, and are now in a real hot spell.

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  19. I love the photo of the dried seeds.

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  20. Please continue and continue!!

    www.volatilespirits.com

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  21. Yes of course you should continue, your pictures are too good to miss out on my great friend :)

    You asked what was / is growing in my garden, well up until this evening there were some hefty looking prickles but I soon got rid of those, and braved being prickled too :) I used my bare hands to uproot them, but rather cunningly I pulled them out from the lower stem where the prickles are not so sharp :) lol

    How do you mean why didn't I use the Marigolds? :( Well I am not wearing those so hard lines ;) lmao

    Have a lovely evening Faythe :)

    Andro xxxx

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