One Buttery Bloom

Despite tropical temperatures and humidity, and a fair bit of wind to boot, the upside-down, soda bottle nasturtium has finally offered one buttery bloom. This has been interesting to watch as the two seedlings grew out…and then grew up. :)


Author: nancybond

A writer, photographer, naturalist from small town Nova Scotia, Canada.

15 thoughts on “One Buttery Bloom”

  1. What a beautiful shade of yellow that nasturtium flower is! It is a buttery yellow. And so healthy looking too! I am growing some pink nasturtiums and they don’t look nearly that pretty right now.

  2. What a lovely shade of yellow, Nancy! My nasturtiums are just seedlings so far. I hope they have time to grow up and bloom before summer ends.

    So pretty!

  3. I love that shade of yellow. It’s a beacon of sunlight growing on that post. I have to agree with Deb, the foliage is just as nice.

  4. I’ve enjoyed your chronicles of this soda bottle planting and now to see it blooming! YAY!!!! I love the buttery yellow–soft and creamy.

    Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

  5. That is a beautiful bloom!

    Thank you so much for your comments on Robin’s Nesting Place. It brightens my day to read them!

  6. That bloom was well worth waiting for! How lovely. And I really like the new pictures of your garndson. My goodness he is really growing.

  7. A very nice yellow flower I think – and great shots. Nasturtiums are such reliable plants. They seem to survive most weather conditions.

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