Friday flowers…fairy duster

Posted: October 23, 2020 in flowers
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With a name like that, you’d expect something special…and you’d get it. I’m not sure if fairies use it for dusting or if you dust fairies with it, but either way I’d love to have a supply of them in my cleaning closet or in my garden.

  1. aFrankAngle says:

    Beautiful capture and perfectly described.

  2. Ally Bean says:

    I’m going to go with a fairy uses one of these flowers to dust. I cannot imagine dusting a fairy, so it has to be the first idea. 😊

  3. Amy says:

    How beautiful!

  4. Wow, what a lovely picture. I love flowers.

  5. de Wets Wild says:

    Very special indeed!

  6. Kate Lester says:

    Delicate and lovely.

  7. lolaWi says:

    that is a lovely flower! 🙂

    • It really is, Wilma. It appears that flowers and flowering bushes here have at least several seasons because now that it’s cooled off, some are starting to bloom again. Of course water or lack of it has a lot to do with that as well.

  8. That’s a pretty cool name! We have something similar to that here called sensitive plant, I think. The flowers look like little mimosa flowers and if you touch the leaves, they close up. It does have thorns, but I’d be afraid to touch any of the plants out your way, hahaha. Made the mistake of picking a prickly pear flower once, thinking all the thorns were on the pads – not so!

  9. Such a beautiful flower, Janet. One of nature’s many miracles. 🙂

  10. It almost makes me think of a sea creature, or perhaps some elegant being from another planet! What a beautiful, delicate, enchanting little flower.

  11. restlessjo says:

    Spectacular 🙂 🙂

  12. Dan Antion says:

    That is so pretty!

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