Yellow Cosmos (Cosmos sulphureus) is a perennial and native of Central America that grows abundantly in the Philippines. A relative of sunflowers, asters and daisies, it blooms over tall, feathery foliage all summer long. Cosmos attracts birds and butterflies, including the Monarch butterfly. It has anti-malarial and anti-inflammatory properties.
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Very pretty and you captured its beauty very well.
Beautiful macro shots.
lovely, we have pink ones in my church garden.
I love these flowers, so pretty!
Wow! The yellow so pleasing.
Yay, your yellow flower is sooo pretty, and your photos of it are lovely. Can't recall noticing it, though, and that puzzles me... Yellow Cosmos is nice name, too.
[I added another photo to my post to show the fruit of the kamias (I forgot I had it!) And isn't the Today's Flower linky you linked to from last week?]
i like the color of this flower, great shot!
thanks for dropping by and the comment :)
I almost featured the same flowers this week (I took two shots of flowers) and it is really pretty! Maybe I'll feature mine next week.
Nice post thanks for sharing...God bless you
Such a beautiful and cheery yellow cosmos to see today..
such a lovely flower! have it sometimes in our garden but now its gone due to winter..
miss all these memes..
me and my blogs are visiting you today! have a lovely week!
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