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Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Head Shot

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I absolutely love blue flowers.

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  2. I love this little plants. Also that it is in the iris family and not grass at all! Great shot!

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  3. Gail Hi !
    I have Blue Eyed grass too .. but will bloom later than yours .. also Yellow Eyed grass which I think was only an annual here .. plus white ? I think ?
    Great picture .. they are such cheerful little plants .. you have to love them !
    Joy

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  4. Hi Gail, that is one gorgeous photo, well done! SNOB is my favorite Charleston restaurant, how funny!

    Frances

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  5. gg!

    Me, too...and blue is hard to capture on film.

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  6. Dave,

    Thanks, now if only I could do that all the time! I tried with some yellow flowers and they just wash out and the stamens disappear!

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  7. Tina,

    It is a sweet little iris...I found him growing in the grass when I moved here.

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  8. Joy,

    Both are beautiful...I got a Yellow Star Grass that is native to Cedar Glades that is a little cutie pie. I do love them...when I moved into this house they were growing wild in the grass! I still find little babies there from time to time.

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  9. Frances,

    We knew we had good taste! I wish I could be consistent with photos sometime they work out and sometimes they don't. No muscle memory has developed! Have fun.....

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  10. Beautiful! i've never even heard of blue-eyed grass.

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  11. That's a gorgeous shot!! Glamor shot for flowers. :-)

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  12. Vertie,

    Here is a place to find out more. http://www.nativesoftexas.com/FlowersGroundCover/BlueEyedGrass.html

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  13. phillip,

    Thanks...not sure how I did it!

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  14. DP,

    She does look good, thank you! Some gardens are glamorous...not here but I have seen them!

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