Some of these photos have appeared before on this blog. Some are new, but this little grouping seemed to banish my angst for a couple of hours. Happy Thursday Thirteen!
Make them all BIG!
|1. Moss, growing at the base of the Scheffera.|
|2. Tiny volunteer vine flowers.|
I have no idea what this vine is.
|3. Tiny succulent flowers from one of my plants|
as it came snuggling up to the Bromiliad.
|4. Newly Hatched Plover Chicks|
|5. BlueEyed grass, and seeds, growing at the Rec Center|
|6. Another Dwarf mammillaria cactus,|
and it's equally tiny flower
|7. A true "Belly Flower"|
|8. Tiny Scarlet Pimpernel in the Cactus garden|
|9. Belly flower wild daisies|
|10. 3/4th inch wide wildflower Morning Glory vine,|
|11. One of my Dwarf Mammillaria|
with it's 1/8th of an inch blossoms
|12. The yellow-flowering Dwarf Mammillaria|
|13. Rosa Californica at Elk horn Slough, Morro Bay.|
Buds are smaller than the tip of a pinkie.