Sometimes the simplest things are the best. One of our class members has sent me these images. Two are of roses. I don’t have their names, or anything about them, but they are very pretty. The third picture is something a little more unusual.
And now for something different. This is a whorl of flowers from Phlomis russeliana AGM, or Turkish Sage. The stout stems carry several whorls of these soft yellow flowers, and when the flowers have fallen, remain architecturally attractive, a spire of green pincushions.
Thanks for sharing!