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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Monday, October 3, 2011

Seeds

 Allium

Dill

Dill

Dill

Dill

Dill

Dill

 Marigolds

Marigolds and Calendula

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20 comments:

  1. Pięknie ozdobiłaś te nasiona :-). Pozdrawiam

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  2. Nice atmospheric autumn shots, Tatyana! I especially love the dill seeds. Displaying seeds with silver accessories indoors is a great idea. Thanks for the treat this morning!
    Christina

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  3. A very artistic composition of the season.

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  4. Tatyana I just adore these gorgeous pictures of the fall seeds. I have saved some of my Allium blooms and want to spry paint some for arrangements. The Dill seed heads are just so pretty. Wonderful posting.

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  5. Wow what a beautiful compositions on the photo's.
    Have a lovely week,
    Marijke

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  6. Beautiful autumn seeds pictures, love the Dill's one's

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  7. You have made those dill seeds look almost more beautiful than the plant itself...lovely photos!

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  8. Oh so artsy pics of seeds. Love it !

    Good reminder...gotta collect my seeds.

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  9. Lovely pics! So...you're saving Dill seeds then!

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  10. Your pictures look beautiful... Thanks for Sharing

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  11. Great photos! I liked that the setting was different.

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  12. Lovely composition as usual. I like it when you joined in the apples at the bottom of the dried seeds. They are brown yet looks very much alive.

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  13. I've never seen seeds look so pretty Tatyana! You've arranged them beautifully. I need to collect some ~ I always put that off until too late.

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  14. Even after the blooms have faded, they are so beautiful. Good job capturing them.

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  15. I just love seeds - little packets of potential

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  16. I've been collecting seeds too.....

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  17. Great seed photos Tatyana! I have saved my allium seed heads and am going to try to spray them for the holidays. I tried to save Shubertii but they did not hold up.

    Eileen

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  18. Wow, I'm going to have to start growing some dill just for the look of those seeds!
    Great autumn pics!

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