There’s just a hint of pink to the tips of this daisy’s petals.
There are no hints to this marigold. Also known as Mary’s gold, we started growing these after Tim’s stint in the garden’s at Kentwell Hall. The leaves are good for bites, burns and stings, much better than dock leaves. They’re prettier than docks too.
And to prove that the flowers themselves don’t have all the glory, look at the wonderful colour in these rose leaves, and the way the light is shining along the edge.
I’m not sure how much further I can push the Canon Powershot SX110. But it’s fun finding out.