Saturday, May 8, 2021

Caturday Art Found Flower

 

I took the photo below this into  Lunapic 72% Surreal Filter 


The Year Before Covid, I planted a package of seeds in a white pot that sits on the stump in the side yard.

About a week ago I noticed a tall green, single lone green plant. No idea what it was. I started to water it a little each day as we walked by it on our morning walk.

Can you find Bob and Beau?
I asked Bob to remove the pot and put it in the garbage, this was more than a year ago.
The cracked Pot Remains with this lonely little whatever it is flower.



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22 comments:

CheerfulMonk said...

Thanks for pointing out Bob and Beau. The flower is pretty, the cracked pot funny. 😊

Ginny Hartzler said...

I do see Bob & Beau! Good thing he didn't throw it away. This is maybe Indian Blanket? The first photo looks absolutely surrealistic!

Hootin' Anni said...

I actually think that this is tickseed flower. Or scientifically, the Coreopsis. Florida native wildflower. Yes, I do see B & B.

eileeninmd said...

Hello,
It is a beautiful flower, I am glad the pot was not thrown away.
I do see Bob and Beau out walking. Have a happy Mother's Day weekend.

Martha said...

Whatever it is it has pretty flowers, especially when you work your magic on them. I spotted Bob and Beau. :)

Ann said...

The flower looks familiar but I don't know what it is. I didn't see Bob and Beau until you mentioned them.
That's how it always was around here. I would ask for something to get done and it never happened. More so with my first husband than with Wade.

Rose said...

Cracked pot creations...that would be a good name for a company or quilt designer... I do love that flower.

Mevely317 said...

Cool effect! Those are two of my favorite colors.
Now I'm wondering why my (Dollar Store) box of seeds never 'took.' Tom tried to warn me, they wouldn't get much sunlight there, under the big tree.

That cracked pot looks like a piece of art. You know, we've all seen worse displayed that some folks rave over.

My Mind's Eye said...

Sandra that is one lovely wildflower artified and original. The cracked pot gives it a unique look. I did spy double B's
Hugs Cecilia

Tigger said...

Great flower and great entire 'installation'. Leave it there. Is it Helenium (something we would call sneezeweed)? They have beautiful flowers a bit like that.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Well it sure is purty! Happy weekend!

photowannabe said...

Cracked Pot Beauty...love it.
Sue

Hootin' Anni said...

PS...the bird you asked about (dickcissel)...its name is from the song they sing. As kiskadee bird - their song sounds like KISSkuhdee

Catalyst said...

Yes, I see Bob and Beau. That's a beautiful flower and I love the cracked pot. Good for Bob for ignoring you. This time!

Chatty Crone said...

I did see the boys after you pointed them out.
Thanks for sharing - even cracked pots can have beauty coming out of them!
Happy Mother's Day.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Happy pre-Mother's Day to you, Sandra, and while this errant bloom does look like Indian Blanket we had in our VA wildflower garden, it might also be related to coreopsis and be a tickweed flower as others have commented. It was easy to spot Bob & Beau in the background :-)

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

Yes, we do see Bob and Beau, AND we see a very pretty flower. We think you should keep it and nurture it, maybe plant more?

Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

Ruth Hiebert said...

The flowers are lovely and I would say keep the pot with the plant.

LC said...

That flower is definitely a survivor.

Linda said...

I spy B&B!!!
ANd I LOVE your cracked pot and flower!
Surprised you didn't say more about the CRACKED pot!! It's one of my favorite kind.....since I am one!

DeniseinVA said...

I see Bob and Beau, a cute addition to this post. Your flowers are gorgeous. I love that color.

Heidrun Khokhar, KleinsteMotte said...

A bit of Gorilla glue would fix the pot. It looks nice and I do see those two.