Work of art

@allknowing (70786)
India
May 2, 2016 9:02pm CST
Looking around the garden I spot so many natural formations which are the work of nature. There will be just a leaf and a flower placed appropriately giving the impression that a brush was used to get that effect. Then there is a dead log of wood with wild white coloured mushrooms - yet another work of art. The one in the picture has none to compare. They are ordinary periwinkles placed ever so neatly creating a cascade of flowers. Do you have any such formations to share - created by nature?
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@sharon6345 (142337)
• United States
3 May 16
That is a very nice flower. I never knew the names of anything even the plant I have now.
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@allknowing (70786)
• India
3 May 16
It is also known as vinca rosea and this plant is used in making medicines for cancer
@Hatley (164469)
• Garden Grove, California
3 May 16
@allknowing ojn I was go ing to say we called them vincas here ours are pink too we have a jacarandatree thats now in bloom all purple bells so prettty
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@allknowing (70786)
• India
3 May 16
@Hatley There are several colours in this but this formation was unique
@ricki_911 (19961)
• Toronto, Ontario
3 May 16
I love growing flowers and veggies all summer watching nature at its best.
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@allknowing (70786)
• India
3 May 16
What flowers and vegetables do you have now?
@ricki_911 (19961)
• Toronto, Ontario
3 May 16
@allknowing I have lettuce, herbs, lavendar, and going to start tomatoes, beans, peas, and onions shortly. We are still in the colder months here.
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@allknowing (70786)
• India
3 May 16
@ricki_911 Wow!! I am no good in growing vegetables.
@Hatley (164469)
• Garden Grove, California
3 May 16
the retirement center where I am has periwinkles too b ut they are not as pretty as yours. there is one rose bush though that was left along and itt climbed into a tall fern and then a low growing palm tree so the palm tree looks like its bearing roses ver y unusal I have no camera but you cannot beat mom nature at times
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@allknowing (70786)
• India
3 May 16
I wish you could get that picture for us palm having roses
@Hatley (164469)
• Garden Grove, California
3 May 16
@allknowing I wish I had a cam era that would be so neat.
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@marlina (79655)
• Canada
3 May 16
My periwinkles are more blue. Very pretty in pink.
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@allknowing (70786)
• India
3 May 16
I like their formation - so artistic. Don't you think so?
@Asylum (48223)
• Manchester, England
3 May 16
The only formation that I have noticed recently is that the grass in my gardens has grown rapidly. Our recent intervals of Sun and rain has created the situation whereby I shall soon have to cut the grass.
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@allknowing (70786)
• India
3 May 16
Does not matter if you have not noticed it in your own garden. Anywhere else may be.
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@JudyEv (137004)
• Bunbury, Australia
3 May 16
These are gorgeous aren't they? I have a lovely vivid photo of mosses on a log - there are brilliant yellows and oranges offset by some pretty greys.
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@allknowing (70786)
• India
3 May 16
It is strange that how out of the blue we get to see such wonderful formations.
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• United States
3 May 16
i'm envisionin' a lil fairy cottage nearby, lol. yes ma'am, lots'f schtuff'f that nature 'round here...'n then there's the hubs who seems to enjoy highlightin' certain aspects with his "art"
@allknowing (70786)
• India
3 May 16
Some face in the hollow of the tree. Truly amazing.
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• United States
3 May 16
@allknowing i told the hubs he was worse'n a young'un. give'em a magic marker'n they'll doodle'n most anythin' if'n ya don't keep a close eye, lol. 'course, the mouth's natural 't least :)
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