8 thoughts on “Photo Friday, No. 407”

  1. A beautiful and most unusual flower, but if it started growing here would become an invasive nuisance much like we’re having with honeysuckle on my yews along the drive.

      1. I usually get it weeded out in early spring before it starts blooming. My main bee attraction are the six Rose Of Sharron shrubs. Five of them are over six feet and have been loaded with blossoms since April. They attract the bees from dawn to dusk. The butterflies don’t show up until mid- to late August.

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