Flower Portrait: Macro #13

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Eupatorium purpureum

Eupatorium purpureum

Appearing from July and continuing until autumn, the large, domed heads are made up of numerous small flowers, so rich in pollen and nectar that they provide a feast for butterflies, bees and moths.

11 thoughts on “Flower Portrait: Macro #13

    • I am so surprised about the different way flowers look when you get so close in – these are very delicate little flowers. Foggy here again today so a bit grey ๐Ÿ˜ฆ
      Hope it is brighter in your part of the world.

    • I thought it was a sedum from a distance. Well worth finding a spot in the garden. I really need a MUCH bigger garden. I am going to have to plan carefully.

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