• A great, ornamental grass for cut flower bouquets, macro view on this green one is here.
  • Mum, or not? Each bloom is 1" diameter. Nice to see the detail in the larger sizes.
  • This tiny spray of flowers is seen in a macro shot against good contrast,here.

Fall Bouquet, Is Mum the Word?

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This is a larger view of the bouquet composition than the previous 5 macro, detail shots. This is still a macro photo where the large or original size view is entertaining to see. The grass sheaf at the lower left is in it's own macro view here. The unusual green and orange flower has been ID'd as a False Saffron, by umbertoboni, here. There are 2 photos of this one. The tiniest blue and purple/white flowers I still don't know about, and I am just guessing that the yellow flowers are a variety of daisy. But the tiny mums, which are about 1" diameter, are they actually a mum variety? Ideas appreciated.

AZLee11, thomas23, dstt03, L8o, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. bc anna 101 months ago | reply

    Lovely bouquet! I call the dark red ones Pom Pom Dahlias, but there are so many different flowers in commercial bouquets nowadays, I'm never sure of any of the names.

  2. thomas23 101 months ago | reply

    I like the way you zoomed in on these flowers...Beautiful!

  3. LHDumes 66 months ago | reply

    This is beautiful!!

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