ABC WednesdayM is for Morning Glory
|Blue and Purple Morning Glory, Ipomoea purpurea|
They are usually planted to climb a trellis, but may be grown in hanging baskets or window boxes.
|The base of the flower is white, letting light into the center of the bloom.|
|In bright sunlight they seem to glow from within.|
And because of their rapid growth, they may be classified as invasive in some areas.
And for Outdoor Wednesday, we have butterflies!
|The Red Spider Lilies, Lycoris radiata, are blooming.|
They are sometimes called Hurricane Lilies or Resurrection Lilies
|In Autumn the Sulphur Butterflies pass through our area going south for the winter|
|Since these two have different wing spot patterns, I wonder if they are male and female.|
Hope you are having a wonderful Wednesday!
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