Striking Gazanias are also native to Southern Africa and are sometimes called African Daisies. My preference is for the striped versions as those are the flowers I recall from my childhood but this little patch of white and yellow was still delightful. They only open in full sun and that is when they thrive.
Photo 1: Sun-loving Gazanias
Photo 2: Patch of Gazanias
Photo 3: Single Yellow Gazania
Photo 4: Single White Gazania
Photo 5: Gazania Trio
Photo 6: Gazanias blooming
Photo 7: Gazania cluster
The first sunny morning this week so decided to take a stroll around the block with my camera. Been playing around with the ISO to reduce the noise so was happy to come across these pretty African daisies.
Photo 1: African Daisies in the sun
Photo 2: African Daisy after rain
Photo 3: Cluster of African Daisies
Photo 4: African Daisies
Photo 5: Solitary African Daisy
Photo 6: African Daisy duo
Photo 7: African Daisy and buds
A few flowers had caught my attention on the school run but I was always rushing so had no time to stop and appreciate them. So I decided to take my camera for a walk and left the kids with my hubby. This is what I found.
Photo 1: Pink Indian Hawthorn
Photo 2: Purple African Daisies
Photo 3: Purple Society Garlic
Photo 4: Single yellow calendula
Photo 5: Yellow Lily opening
Photo 6: White Spring Blossoms
Photo 7: Pink Blossom Sprig
Gerberas make me happy – not sure if it’s because they remind me of home or just because they have such brilliant colours.
Photo 1: Single Orange Gerbera
Photo 2: Gerbera on a log
Photo 3: Gerbera bloom
Photo 4: Orange Gerbera on wood