New England Flowers

I do not know the names for all of these flowers, but they’re coming up so nicely now that we’ve had some sunny days, I knew some people would want to see them. Photos taken on July 27 with an iPhone. Click thumbnails to enlarge.


  1. Melissa says:

    So beautiful! The photos of them are as great as the flowers.

  2. Carey says:

    These flowers are called beautiful, gorgeous, pretty, very pretty, bright, colorful, fabulous, and amazing. :) I would guess fragrant, aromatice, sweet-smelling and other lovely scent words apply as well. Great pics, too – it’s amazing what phones do these days~~

  3. James says:

    It’s the 15th of September, and they are mostly gone now. It’s a little bit sad, but as the leaves turn to red, I get this sense of the earth preparing to gather its strength. Autumn seems very busy to me. Last minute preparations are the order of the day.

  4. Ben @ Fleurs vivaces says:

    I would like to start a new garden and I’m trying to get some inspiration… I have to let you know that your pictures are really great inspiration!


  5. Heart says:

    Great pictures! I love taking pictures of nature. Flowers, plants, mountains, valleys etc. It soften my weary heart every time I see those. It’s been my inspiration since I was a little child.
    Thank you for these wonderful pictures you posted. very lovely!
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