Cuban Buttercup, White Alder, Turnera Subulata
White Alder is a perennial herb, native to West Indies, Brazil and Central America. It has also totally invaded my aunt's perimeter fence.
The secret to living contently and sanely in this modern world is to find the beautiful in the ugly-but don't get confused which is which. ~ Terri Guillemets
Linking to Macro Flower Saturday and Today's Flowers
"Invaded" sounds as if it is not wanted, but it is very pretty.
Lovely flower -- I assume you mean it has taken over some other flowers that are also wanted! We used to have morning glory in Oregon, which is pretty itself, but when it gets started it chokes out everything else.
They are commonly grown here in our parks , very pretty.
Though it's an invasive crawler, its flowers are very beautiful.
Your first macro is amazing.
Beautiful flowers and pictures :-)
pretty flowers... tiny but beautiful :)
Just beautiful flowers. I just love the vivid colors in the center of the first shot!
Pozwoliłabym mu obrosnąć moje ogrodzenie w ogródku, bo jest piękny. Pierwsze zdjęcie jest wspaniałe. Pozdrawiam. *** Let it grow on my fence in the garden, because it is beautiful :-). The first picture is great. Yours.
The blooms are beautiful. Why is it that invasive species always have the most beautiful flowers? I love that quote.
You did a great job on these shots! Lovely.
But what a lovely invader!
pretty flowers. if you like join us at weekend flowers :)
Very beautiful flowers.
Beautiful blooms. The name reminds me of my high school friend hehehe.
Visiting from Today's flower, here's my bed of roses, have a blessed Sunday!
They have such superb painted throats.
Wonderful shots and very nice quote!
Thanks for sharing;o)
Wonderful shots of the beautiful flower.
I like the light and shadow play in the first shot.
so beautiful and the colors are great too
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