Too late for the sea of pink
Autumn is not the time for Sea Trift. They are summer flowers. They handle heat an sun. So when I went to look for some autumn flowers, there was no much left (from this one anyway). Only some pretty, round #DryStuff
Tere are many types with in different colour around. Many have very short stems and stay closer to th ground.
This is a typical coastline plant that grows on poor soil and often very rocky terrain.
What was it doing on th middle of Poland hundred km from any coast? It looks pretty happy where I found it and it is not the first time I saw it in that area. I just wonder if it came on its own (or some birds brought the seeds) all the way and like it, or it it is a version of one that someone had in a garden.
I do remember having them year ago. Shorter and darker pink too. With time it maybe lost this look and got closer to the wild one again...
Ok, I lied a tiny little bit :p
There were a couple still in bloom left. Not a showy as hey can be, but it will give you an idea how pretty they are.
And here is on I bought for myself a while ago. Gorgeous, intense pink... and I killed it the same year...
Lastly a nice little graphic :)
Shot with Nikon D5500 + Sigma 105mm lens
All photos and text are my own.
Seems they would be excellent for dried flower arrangements. I think they are lovely.
Oh yea! Thy stay like this until inter destroys them.
I am not sure, but I think the flowers can be dried too. Somehow I think I have seen them like that.
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this flower is often found in mountainous areas, there are various kinds of plants, we often also pick it when we go to the mountains because the flower grows wild. thanks, nice photo
Yea I think they can e found there too. Do you have photos of yours?
Aww, that’s a pretty, little thing. In and out of glory time 😍
They are. I really wanted one blooming on my balcony... but it didn't like me :p
Don’t take it personally 😉 Sometimes it takes me many attempts before I can grow some plants successfully. Some just don’t wanna live😂
How dare they?? :D
Uwahhhh, so cute.
Its so nice of you to include the after and before flowering of Armeria maritima
Also I thought this was going to be a sad post, but GRRRR HOW DARE YOU LIE TO ME YET AGAIN!
Hahahah, i miss those artistic graphics at the end of each post + Cute flower banner.
Cause I am a terrible terrible liar :D :D
The banner I did myself. It's the best part of the post. Admit it!
If i make the banner in my art style, will you use it?
Make it nice and we shall discuss the terms :D
Hello dear friend @ewkaw good day
I love their autumn look, although I must admit that they are much more beautiful with their colorful flowers.
It's great how birds can distribute seeds in places that these plant species have never been.
Have a happy and prosperous week
They are very pretty indeed. You should google the name, it will show some amazing images of them in full bloom.
Thanks an you too :)
I was researching on the web, and I was able to see how beautiful they are, there is even a variety that was discovered in the south of my country Argentina
Ohhh I didn't know they would grow there too.
Now you have an excuse to go look for it ;)
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