Yellow Sunflower-Denver Botanical Gardens

April 15, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Hi Everyone,

Happy Friday!!  I hope your weather will be a lot nicer than what is planned for us in Estes Park this weekend.  The weather report is for 2 - 4 ft of snow!!  Yikes!  I would rather have it be rain but right now the temperature is only 38 degrees.  So if the temperature drops we will surely get snow.  I'll let you know what happened next Friday.

Mother's Day is just around the corner and I have a lot of photos that would make a perfect Mother's Day gift.  There are many finishing options available to you such as canvas prints, vivid metals, gallery mats, metal prints and standout displays.  Depending on your mom's decorating style, one of these finishes will surely fit into her decor.  

You can also follow me on Instagram:  @dvisint.  If you see something that I have posted that you or your mom would love and it's not on my website, you can call me at:  970-673-5929.  You can order directly from me and I'd be happy to help you find just the right flower photograph.  

Thanks for reading and have an awesome weekend,

Diane

Yellow SunflowerYellow SunflowerClose-up of a yellow sunflower with a bee in it's dark center. The flower fill the entire frame. Helianthus or sunflowers is a genus of plants comprising about 70 species in the family Asteraceae all of which are native to North America except three species in South America. The common name, "sunflower", also applies to the popular annual species Helianthus annuus, the common sunflower. This and other species, notably Jerusalem artichoke, are cultivated in temperate regions as food crops and ornamental plants. The domesticated sunflower, H. annuus, is the most familiar species. Perennial sunflower species are not as popular for gardens due to their tendency to spread rapidly and become invasive.


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