I love Echinachea! The way the petals turn downward is so different from most of the daisy shaped flowers. It is sparse in the Texas Hill Country, but I often see it in my travels. I have so many photos of these flowers, many from the Taos, New Mexico area.
This watercolor piece is 7 inches tall by 5 inches wide, sized to fit a standard 8x10 mat and frame.
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After the Rain Flowers are here!
These are such neat little flowers. They start coming up just after a rain and last about 3 days. What a show they make in those 3 days! One flower by itself would be pretty easy to overlook, but there is always a clump of them together. The white flower, about 7-9 inches tall, is on a stem the width of a pencil lead. There are a few spikes of leaves that are in the shape of a slender leaf of grass. That is. Not much to it, and I have no idea what they are. I can't find it in either of my flower books.
I love this, how it pushes through the soil.
This is about 2 days old.
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