Martha’s Vineyard part 1

Debbie has a garden behind her house on Martha’s Vineyard.  In the garden, there are some bird feeders with black oil sunflower seeds in them.  Well, one of them germinated and produced a beautiful sunflower plant.sunflower_0009_stdHere is the bloom before it opened.

sunflower_0010_stdIn the morning, the bloom faced the east…sunflower_0013_stdAt midday, it faced upward….

sunflower_0012_stdIn the evening, it faced the west….

sunflower_0015_stdFinally, it began to bloom.

sunflower_0017_std.jpgAnd then, a little more…

sunflower_0018_stdAnd then, a little more…  Notice the other blooms beginning to blossom.

sunflower_0024_stdThen, the full bloom!

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Pretty soon, the plant was in full bloom.  Isn’t God creative?

 

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4 thoughts on “Martha’s Vineyard part 1”

  1. This is really nice, Skip… Real cool how you show the different stags of development. Garden is so pretty!!

    Sent from my iPad Mala McCormick 717 Allison Park Macon, GA 31210 478-305-7109 (home) 214-724-0293 (cell)

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