ALL THAT HAS BLOOMED IN 2017 Dec 31, 2017
All that bloomed in 2017

As I look back on 2017 and all that has bloomed and transpired with each Wednesday’s Flower and Cutting Room Floor, I’m grateful, as it continues to remind me of what an amazing world we live in.

It’s quite extraordinary to look back and see such a stunning array of budding blooms from all over the world.

It’s quite extraordinary to look back and see such a stunning array of budding blooms from all over the world. I do hope you have enjoyed this past year with Floating Petals as I have so enjoyed sharing each bloom I have photographed with you. If you have enjoyed it, please share this post with others so they too can experience the beauty and power of flowers. I think we could all use as many lovely moments in our day as possible!

Wishing you and yours a very happy & healthy 2018!

Share with me below: Which flower was your favorite this past year?

Flowers from top left to right: Picotee Amaryllis, Zeolights Calendula, Shooting Star Hydrangea, Jade Vine, Abutilon ‘Ashford Red’, Scarlet Plume, Greek Cyclamen, Bush Violet, Pavonia, Superstition Mallow, Peruvian Daffodil, Pink Flowering Oxalis, Canada Lily, Salicifolia Begonia, African Daisy, Coral Senecio, Tropical Hydrangea, Borage, Tatarian Daisy, Golden Queen Globeflower, Princess Diana Clematis, Flame Tree, Stokes’ Aster, Pincushion Cactus, Blue Angel Hosta, Orange Star, Col. Candelot Iris, Double Click Cosmos, Gloriosa Daisy, Sweet Pea Shrub, Perennial Blue Bachelor’s Button, Poppy Mallow, Prairie Smoke Avens, Grandpa Ott’s Morning Glory, Globe Thistle, Monica Bryce Begonia, Parkland Glory Dahlia, September Ruby New England Aster, Mexican Sunflower, Iceland Poppy, Toad Lily, Japanese Roof Iris, Padre Cerise Belgian Mum, Jaguar Marigold, Blue Lotus, Cafe au Lait Dahlia, Jane Cowl Tropical Hibiscus, Englemann’s Prickly Pear, Desert Bluebells, Christmas Cactus, Hungarian Blue Bread Seed Poppy, Karma Thalia Dahlia.

Photographed in my studio, my gardens, in the wild, at botanical gardens and anywhere else I might come upon a budding bloom.

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