Sunflowers, zinnias and marigolds part two

  • The sunflowers and zinnias are in full bloom. I love having flowers in my garden and I call the sunflowers the sunshine in my garden. The shear size and colors just catch my eye and make me happy! I couldn’t stop taking pictures of them. so so pretty!
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    June 22nd, 2013 | 6 Comments |

6 Responses and Counting...

  • Sherry 06.22.2013

    You are a great photographer, and your flowers are beautiful.

  • Sherry,
    Thanks! Several years ago I had a home photography business and I learned about lighting and how to take a picture. So much is lighting. I only take in the morning or at dusk, never in full sun.
    loving the flowers!
    Melanie

  • I love your flower photos! They are beautiful. I want to learn how to garden! I’m so happy I saw your flowers on Pinterest! Keep up the good work!

  • Jennifer,
    Glad you found my site and thanks for leaving a comment! I didn’t plant flowers in my garden until this summer and I love them! It gives my garden color and smell – so wonderful!
    Start a garden, you will love it!
    Melanie

  • Hello Melanie,

    Your photos of your flowers in your garden are beautiful. I was thinking of adding some to my garden this year. Did it affect your produce in anyway? Just wondering.

    Thanks,
    Rachel

  • Rachel,
    Hi! I planted my flowers in a separate bed but I did plant marigolds under the tomatoes and I think it helped with the bugs. I think flowers help bring the bees for pollination.
    Good luck!
    Melanie

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