This post is for Snow’s Friendly Friday Challenge: Ignored over at The Snow Melts Somewhere. We all look raptly at new spring flowers, but often ignore flowers that are past their prime. Worse, we usually think of dying flowers as ugly, and proceed to sweep them up and toss them. I think flowers in all their stages are lovely, and in fact, sometimes find that their final, decaying stage is more nuanced and interesting. So here is a non-ignored Agapanthus.
5 thoughts on “Forgotten Agapanthus”
Agapanthus are particularly lovely in decay.
Yes, I think so too!
I agree, flowers can look stunning in all stages – take a dried rose, for example. Lovely photo, thanks for your entry! 😊
I totally agree – decaying flowers are just as beautiful and often even better for a photographic study like in yours. 😊