These are SOME cheery flower babies! And there is a BUG! My “posie” pic for the year.
The orange leaves are from a type of rhododendron in my front yard plus my blueberry bushes. Yellow leaves were from a tree across the street, now gone. It fell during a storm. : ( It would lose its leaves very early so I had to get them QUICK and EARLY in the season. They are missed! They were such a lovely bright yellow!
The arching brown leaf across the missle and lower left corner are aged Iris leaves. The little bug is made with a Barberry leaf with a wing added and two little sticks for legs.
Brown Oak is in the left & right lower corners. I'm sure you will recognize the green ferns! Little silver leaves are butterfly bush. Variegated boxwood make up two green leaves at the base of the yellow flower.
As leaves are biodegradable and will fade and deteriorate quickly, original Art is scanned immediately after creation, preserving their beauty long after originals are gone. Enjoy!