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I love the little darker dots (stamen?) in each little flower of the plume.
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Thank you, Jodycyotee. It's my pleasure to share it with you!


Lovely, lovely flower. Thanks for sharing.


Thank you, Patsy....I love detailed close ups!

Thank you, Ella, yes, they are as soft as a feather as well and that sweet scent when they start to bloom...mmmmm.

Thank you, Anne. my white Astilbe plumes are smaller, but also pretty. We've had them in red once too, but they weren't planted in the right spot and got too much sunlight where they didn't survive.
Thanks for the link, what a beautiful and neat garden in Oakwood!

Thank you, Faye, I've discovered so many details since I use the macro manual on my camera. These darker spots on individual blossoms can hardly be seen with the naked eye!
Though I think it's a shame to use an Astilbe plume for a 'duster' it would spread a nice scent while doing your chores! 💕😊💕

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Thank you, Kathie, it's amazing how many little flowers make a plume which looks like one bigsoft flower! Without macro pictures one would hardly notice them!


wonderful tiny blossoms, so tiny & delicate! We need to always look closer, don't we, or we miss much beauty in closeness....nice, Impie...very nice!
So feminine!




Great idea to snap a close-up, Impie...wonderful! I was thinking that I would like a "duster" like would make the chore more inviting... 💕😊💕


Oh my....that's a vivid pink plume! I don't think I've ever seen this in person in anyone's garden. My grandmother's, or grandpa Smith's garden ( My sister married Grandpa Smith's grandson and most of my high school friends lived in Oakwood.


So pretty! They look very soft, like a Boa feather.


Fascinating closeup.

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