Thursday, September 27, 2018

Dayflower, September 27, 2018

Wildflower Wednesday, Thankful Thursday, and Little Things Thursday
The fourth Wednesday of each month is Wildflower Wednesday!

Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, September 8, 2018
Commelina communis, Asiatic Dayflower, is commonly called Mouse Ears because of the two prominent blue petals. A third petal, solid white, is much smaller and hidden behind the pistils and stamens. It is a member of the Spiderwort family.

Today I am thankful for wildflowers that grow and bloom wherever God plants them!

Have a Blessed Day!

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  1. So pretty. I think of wildflowers more in the spring, but I guess they are here in fall too! Now I want to get out and have a look!

  2. I didn't know that name of this flower!

  3. What a pretty flower---never heard of it---will research it. Thanks

  4. What an incredibly, delicate flower. Thanks for linking it up today.

  5. Lovely . Keep commenting on my blog because I love your comments.

  6. Hi Lea, I got to thinking to check my blog to see if I had more comments on my Wildflower Wednesday post. I enjoyed looking at your lovely photos of a variety of things while looking for your WW post. Thank you for your nice comment on my post.


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