The first sunflower of 2019, a “dwarf” Sunspot Sunflower, blooming along my walkway and standing at over 5 feet tall after a rain storm.
A photo of Bleeding Hearts, a flowering plant in the poppy family Papaveraceae, on a Spring morning in Esopus, NY.
A crocus plant, which is a perennial in the genus of flowering plants in the iris family, that blooms yearly at the end of my driveway.
A sign that Spring is finally here: the first crocus of the year blossoming in my yard in the town of Esopus.
A flower bed of tulips and daisies on display at the annual Garden Show at Adam’s Fairacre Farms in the Town of Ulster, NY.
A pink Gerbera Daisy on display at the annual Garden Show at Adam’s Fairacre Farms in the Town of Ulster, NY.
A pair of American Giant sunflowers, whose plants stood at approximately 12 feet in height, with a pair of bees in my garden this past Summer.
An American Giant sunflower in full bloom in morning light. The American Giant is a hybrid that can grow up to 14″ tall & flowers that can grow to 1″ wide.
A photo that I captured of an Apollo’s Ring Sunflower in my garden in my back yard after a day of rain storms.
A Lemon Queen Sunflower in full bloom in Ulster Park, NY on a July morning after the passing of rain and thunderstorms.