TODAY'S FLOWERS WELCOMES YOU!

Each new week will start early and the link will be open on Saturday morning - 12.15 a.m. U.S.A East Coast time. We have set the old link to close at 11.30 p.m. on Thursday night.

This is a family-friendly meme and we try not to bog you down with too many rules but we do ask if you would provide a link back to Today's Flowers on your related post. This a place for people to share their flower photos and their love of flowers.

We also do not accept business advertising, and any will be deleted when found.

Due to a monumental amount of spam, anonymous comments are automatically deleted.

And finally, you have our utmost appreciation for supporting us at Today’s Flowers. Without you we would not be here.

Kind regards to you all,

Denise, Team Member

TODAY'S FLOWERS #205






1. Randi, Sweden
2. Rajesh, India
3. Tina´s PicStory
4. Arija, Australia
5. Karin M.
6. Carver
7. MIRIAM LUIZA - BRASIL
8. Charlene, Sweden
9. Maboe, Norway
10. Squirrel Queen
11. Axelle
12. Axelle
13. SandyCarlson (USA)
14. iyan
15. Ecobirder
16. Cathy @ Still Waters Australia
17. Chubskulit
18. Yellow Rose
19. Peony
20. Clematis
21. Lupines
22. Stigma
23. Indrani
24. Luna Miranda
25. Deja Photo
26. Modern Mom
27. Terra farmer
28. Denise
29. Gemma's Greyscale
30. ~CUT and DRY~
31. hapzydeco
32. Lina
33. NatureFootstep Photo
34. Misty Dawn
35. Prickly Pear
36. charlotte wilson
37. Crafty Gardener, Canada
38. Steve Borichevsky
39. Carletta
40. Chris - Germany
41. Jama-Singapore
42. Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA
43. Pupo - Brasil
44. Pupo - Brasil
45. Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA
46. Mommy Reads
47. Aktuella bilder, Sweden
48. Raw thoughts And Feelings
49. Perry
50. JennJilks
51. Finch Rest
52. Rajesh, India
53. Gagiers -Through My Lens
54. Synnöve

27 comments:

Tina´s PicStory said...

wonderful flowers! :)

Karin M. said...

Fantastic flowers, nice colors...
Greetings, Karin

Carver said...

The flowers are all very beautiful!

Míriam Luiza said...

QUE ORQUÍDEAS LINDÍSSIMAS!
BOM DOMINGO A TODOS!

SquirrelQueen said...

Gorgeous flowers, the last one is just stunning.

Modern Mom said...

Pretty flowers!

kanak7 said...

Stunning!!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Such wonderful colours! And love the patterns in the last one!

Betty Manousos said...

gorgeous!
thanks for hosting.
happy sunday!

p.s. how are you?

lina@women said...

Lovely orchids and colors!

Misty Dawn said...

Those are some very beautiful flowers!

Butterbean Row said...

I never get tired of beautiful flowers!

Crafty Gardener said...

what a pretty flower

Laerte Pupo said...

Beautiful orquideas.

Shoshana said...

those are really pretty flowers.

vincibene said...

Wonderful shots!

Jenn Jilks said...

So many flowers to see!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Thank you for hosting, my first visit to this party.

Gorgeous flowers!

Have a wonderful weekend.

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

Wonderful clear photos ! Thank you for the possibility to link.

Bingo Online said...

Determine what kind of filler to include at the bottom, if any. The way that the flowers are presented can be just as important as the flowers themselves.

billigste bredbånd said...

These arrangements will also remind how important she is to the sender of the bouquet. Therefore, if you would like to tell your girlfriend that she is special to you, sending her an arrangement would be a good way.

tantric massage London said...

If you want to mix it up a bit, alternate orange and yellow gerbera daisies with the pink blossoms.

portland homes for sale said...

The practice of exchanging roses and other flowers as signs of affection grew more popular, the red rose became the flower of choice for lovers because it sends the strongest message of love. This tradition still lives on to the present day.

Bingo Online said...

There is also the virtual flower which is free to send at no cost at all accompanied by a nice greeting card for whatever the occasion.

Gratis Konkurrencer said...

The beautiful flowers to nursing homes, maybe to the terminal care patients, and churches. The distribution of the floral pieces and service to others also help with the grieving process. Grief is a real process with four stages a person must go through. Lovely flowers help begin that journey.

BJJ said...

The beautiful flowers to nursing homes, maybe to the terminal care patients, and churches. The distribution of the floral pieces and service to others also help with the grieving process. Grief is a real process with four stages a person must go through. Lovely flowers help begin that journey.

Forbrukslån uten sikkerhet said...

Vegetation to nursing homes, maybe to the terminal care patients, and churches. The distribution of the floral pieces and service to others also help with the grieving process.