Monday, May 19, 2014

Beautiful Early Sunflower Blossoms

It is equal time for the other beautiful sunflower blossoms that are blooming in my sunflower garden at 66 days. My first blossom was a dainty yellow one that arrived on Wednesday, May 14th. It was followed the next day, May 15th, by another dainty blossom, but with autumn or fall colors.

Today, I have already written one blog post to put the spotlight on that ah moment of the first autumn beauty sunflower blossom of 2014. It is a beauty and some of the photos were over the top; the best sunflower photos on the planet according to Bonnie! Thanks Bonnie ... us #blondesthatdiy have got it seriously going on ... Yes?!

I can honestly say that I have started to lose track of the emerging blossoms; i.e., which was third, fourth. There are so many magnificent sunflower buds in various stages of growth - so many different shapes and sizes and styles, much like fingerprints in that no two are alike.

CHECK OUT THESE BEAUTIES

Here are unedited beautiful sunflower blossom pictures direct from my Jacksonville Florida sunflower garden. These are the early sunflower blossoms ... which show what  variety you can have!

Pretty Yellow-Orange Sunflower Blossom
Pretty Yellow-Orange Sunflower Blossom
Pretty Yellow-Orange-Brown Sunflower Blossom
Pretty Yellow-Orange-Brown Sunflower Blossom
Pretty Yellow-Orange-Brown Sunflower Blossom
Pretty Yellow-Red-Orange Sunflower Blossom
Pretty Yellow-Red-Orange Sunflower Blossom
JaguarJulie Hand with Pucci-licious Color Club Poptastic Nail Polish
Pretty Yellow Sunflower Blossom
Pretty Yellow Sunflower Blossom
JaguarJulie Hand with Pucci-licious Color Club Poptastic Nail Polish
Pretty Yellow-Orange Sunflower Blossom
Pretty Yellow-Orange Sunflower Blossom
WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Are you impressed by all the variety that has been achieved with these beautiful early sunflower blossoms? I mean, aren't you surprised that sunflowers can have so many different types and colors of blossoms? Look at all the vivid colors. Look at the shape of the flower petals. There is a lot of artistic stuff going on there ... all thanks seriously to Mother Nature and to Burpee sunflower seeds. I thank Burpee for my fifteen minutes of fame.

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P.S. Do check out my unsolicited product review of Burpee Sunflower Seeds and my DIY Garden. And, then take a look at my story about My DIY Garden of Sunflowers. I must tell you that I am one of those Blondes that DIY - that's the new blog with the hashtag of #blondesthatdiy.

2 comments:

  1. They're absolutely beautiful! Looks like you're having a lot of success "recycling" your sunflower seeds!

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  2. Hi Susan, nice to see you visiting my sunny sunflower garden. Yep, those harvested seeds from my first garden are doing fabulous! Who would have thought?

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