10 June 2014
Wee Mousie Bouquet, Missoula,Montana
With a circumference slightly larger than a quarter, this clustered bloom is perfect for a wee mousie’s formal June bouquet.
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Labels: bloom, blossom, Cluster, flower, Little, Missoula, Montana, small, spring, Wee Mousie Bouquet
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Such perfection. What type of blossom is this wee bouquet?ReplyDelete
The expert tells me these are on a summer wine ninebark. Coppertina ninebarks also grow nearby but they don’t produce those sweeping branches with the flower clusters.ReplyDelete
I may have to get me some of these in the backyard to buffer from the neighbors - they grow nicely in the eastside shade of our office building.