This is my contribution to Kim’s color crazy challenge. In the first row on the left is the Mexican sunflower, I took this picture at dusk so it is a bit dull. The next is a yellow marigold a heavy bloomer and one of my favorites marigolds. The third is the on the bottom row left is the Dahlberg daisy which grows like a weed everywhere in my garden and the golden yellow Lantana brings up the rear.
Yellows really make the garden come alive . These few flowers are enough to make my garden seem like a paradise, (at least to me). I love a mix of yellow and oranges for a little more color and vibrancy. Even a small garden can become attractive with blooms like these which are easy to grow, commonplace , but bright and beautiful !!
Do you enjoy the flowers in your garden?
Yellows really cheer us up, right?
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These are gorgeous and cheerful!
Nice colors gain Dawn, thanks for the smiles. 😉
I glad that this brings a smile on your face I would love to put some smiles on faces of people who are so afraid of Covid 19.
This is a wonderful contribution to the challenge. Your flowers are stunning.
Thank you dear Vidocka, They are almost blinding.
You picked beautiful yellow flowers, dear Dawn
Thank you dear Lado, These are the common, ever blooming flowers in my garden.
You have a beautiful garden, dear Dawn
Wonderful collage filled with lots of sunshine.
Thank you dear Lacho, yellow is indeed like bright sunshine.
wow, all from your garden? do you wear sunglasses cause that’s a lot of bright 🙂
I am sorry I should have warned you to wear shades before you viewed this one. LOL We have more yellow flowers here than any other color; blues and purples are very rare. Yellow flowers on trees and plants are a common sight throughout the year.
next please post the public service announcement “sometimes sunglasses are required when viewing Dawn’s flower pictures.”
so beautiful by the way!
LOL maybe that would help. 😀 Thanks for the laughs.
we can all use some laughter right now! 🙂