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Study in Yellow

Echeveria
Echeveria

This week - yellow is the predominant color in the garden. Lots of different shapes and textures in bloom.

Halimium lasianthum
Halimium lasianthum

Phlomis fruticosa - Jersalem Sage
Phlomis fruticosa

Phlomis chrysophylla
Phlomis chrysophylla
Cytisus battandieri - Pineapple Broom
Cytisus battandieri

Aconitum vulparia - Yellow Monkshood
Aconitum vulparia

Abutilon 'Canary Bird'
Abutilon 'Canary Bird'

Zinnia
Zinnia

And a little deviation - yellow bee

Bee on Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'

Comments (5)

They are all so very pretty :-)

sheri:

So pretty, Marta! Thanks for sharing.

WOW - beautiful shots. I thought that the first was particularly stunning - brilliant focus and contrast.

Gorgeous photos! Love the added purple surprise in the last photo! Hope you are enjoying your summer and you get some nice warm sunny weather this year.

YTSL:

That yellow bee shot is wonderful, Marta. Not just because you got such a clear shot of the bee but because of the color in the rest of the photo too.

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