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IPhriday Photo Challenge: The Yellow Garden

Confederate Jasmine in The Yellow Garden

Confederate Jasmine in The Yellow Garden

My neighbors surely wonder what I am always up to, sleuthing in the neighborhood, in and out of the gardens, IPhone in hand, up close to my subject and far away, at dawn, at dusk, always sleuthing.

 

Confederate Jasmine in The Yellow Garden

Confederate Jasmine in The Yellow Garden Painted in Brushstroke App

 

Confederate Jasmine in The Yellow Clemens Garden

Confederate Jasmine in The Yellow Clemens Garden

 

Confederate Jasmine in The Yellow Garden

Confederate Jasmine in The Yellow Garden

 

Confederate Jasmine in The Yellow Garden Painted in Brushstroke App

Confederate Jasmine in The Yellow Garden Painted in Brushstroke App

 

Yellow Jasmine Painted in Waterlogue App

Yellow Jasmine Painted in Waterlogue App

Enjoy the IPhriday Photo Challenge! Post a photo taken with your Phone on Fridays! It is great fun getting outside to see what is going on!

 

7 Responses to “IPhriday Photo Challenge: The Yellow Garden”

  1. AnnetteM

    That looks a beautiful plant – glad you showed us a close up. I have seen jasmine before of course but only with tiny flowers. We have winter jasmine here which is a similar colour, but not so stunning.

    Reply
    • CadyLuck Leedy

      Yes I have winter jasmine in my Woodland Garden where it grows in wispy mounds. Mine aren’t as big as some in our neighborhood, I don’t think they get enough light. I may walk around and see if the other winter Jasmine’s are still blooming, it may be too late, we’ve had a very early and warm spring!

      Reply
      • AnnetteM

        It can be a very messy plant. Some people seem to trim it back hard so it looks more like a hedge against their walls. I tend to leave it in big wisps, but it does need a lot of controlling. Mine has been flowering for ages and is still going strong.

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