Night shots of Spring Flowers: The Return of Ron's Bush
This double-flowering kerria, a member of the rose family, looks like a yellow galaxy in the light of the moon. This is the plant that my late friend Donald dubbed "Ron's Bush". I am very pleased that it has flourished in this new site and that I have a reminder of Donald outside my back door.
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In this shot, you can see blue wood hyacinths and red azalea blooms with the lacy leaves of a green Japanese maple in the foreground.
This is a closer shot of the wood hyacinths. You can see that I have three color varieties here: blue, white and pink.
These are native miniature irises that I saved from the Little River north of Durham before it was bulldozed for the Little River reservoir.
A larger variety of irises, these blue bearded varieties are striking in daylight, although a tad too dark for night shots of their blooms.
Categories: gardening flowers photography North+Carolina Spring 2008