FURRY CORAL BELLS

A surprising number of plants, including Coral Bells, grow fur — giving the flowers a nice glow when back-lit, don’t you think?   Also, note the young spider, swinging in the breeze, bottom left in the photo.  Can you see its delicate silks?

Heuchera — Coral Bells 36 of 365 Photo by Smiles

:}  Smiles

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