Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Flower power at NYBG

Some photos from a recent visit to the New York Botanical Garden in May. Everything was flowering!

These cool Geum plants (avens, humleblomster) are native and wild in Sweden, but in New York they are cultivated for their tiny beautiful flowers.

A nearly black tulip from the inside.

1 comment:

LS said...

Why are the photos overlapping?