These Chrysanthemums are "stuck" in a dried Sedum flowerhead. There are a few blooms other than Mums mixed in....can you guess what they are?
don't know but they are nice !
Very pretty. A smorgashboard of color for the eyes.
Asters, carnations, coneflowers?
Yes, purple Asters.
The white flower in the upper left corner isn't a Mum.
Neither are the 7 small white ones in the center.
Any more guesses?
I'll take a wild guess on the white ones...Primula (Upper)... the others maybe some kind of dahlia?
Very nice and colors are sooo....lovely!
Thanks Juanita and Konrad.
Juanita, sorry, not Primula or Dahlia.
The flower in the upper left corner is from a variety of cultivars that bloom either early in the Spring, or mid-Fall. (A perennial)
The 7 white ones in the center are only about 5/8" in diameter, and bloom from early Summer into Fall until frost kills them. (another Perennial)
Okay--now you got me going...I'll have to get out my handy catalogues and see if I can get a match from there...:>
Another hint for the "7 dwarfs" in the middle:
They a flowers of a medicinal herb with fern-type foliage;>))
GORgeous!! reminds me of an old masters painting
dang i wish my herb bible book wasn't packed away!
I'd better be more careful to proof-read my typing!
(The 7 dwarfs ARE flowers of a medicinal herb...)
The white flower in the upper left corner is Anemone, 'Whirlwind'.
The 7 dwarfs are Tanacetum parthenium, 'Ultra Double White' (Feverview). They re-seed prolifically in my gardens.
All I know is, it is a beautiful picture.
Julie, your flowers are so gorgeous. You must be a Master Gardener. I'd love to see pictures of your gardens.
No, I am not a Master Gardener, but would like to take classes some day after I retire.