Friday, July 12, 2013

Foraged flora: Foeniculum vulgare

I am happy that while I am working in my new urban garden I can rely on wildflowers to have flowers at home. In the day light the sun makes the color fade, but in the evenign the wonderful yellow appears and the Foeniculum vulgare makes a lovely bouquet for a alfresco dinner in the garden or courtyard.



5 comments:

gardenwalkgardentalk.com said...

Wild flowers are some of my favorite photo subjects. They rely less on color and more on form. The evening and morning light plays so well with them too. Your photos are soft and dreamy. You really have a personal style like this too.

landscapelover said...

Such beautiful images Lula! It is a gift to see beauty in common plants and to share it with all.

PlantPostings said...

Oh, now that is a dreamy post! How did you do that? (Of course I don't expect you to share your professional photography secrets, but wow!) One of your best series! Just lovely!

jeansgarden said...

I love the ethereal way that you've captured these umbelliform flowers. -Jean

lula said...

Thank you Jean!