Foxglove with Dianthus

Foxglove with dianthus

Usually I’d aim to get more of the foxglove spire in the picture, but an alternative viewpoint seemed to work better, focusing on a few spotted flowers.

The pink blurs in the background are dianthus; rose foliage neatly fills the foreground.

Shared for Cee’s Flower of the Day.

29 Replies to “Foxglove with Dianthus”

    1. I did wonder if the flowers looked a little sulky, but decided it would be more charitable to give them the benefit of the doubt.

    1. Foxgloves grow wild and abundantly in Lancashire, but this was in Mississippi where they treat foxgloves like bedding plants.

  1. Love the foxglove, but I used to find them notoriously hard to photograph back in the day when I did more flower photography.

    1. I quite enjoy foxgloves, but I get quite a lot of practice with them, one way or another. I find iris tricky and hibiscus.

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