Taken on the Outer Banks in North Carolina in September, 2000.
The plant continues to bloom at the junction of the seed pods.
Bloom and leaves before seed pods form.
In a few hours the bloom fades towards tan.
Newly opened flower.
New flower, old flower, green beans, mature bean, growing on a Horse Bean.
One bean with leaf cluster.
Single leaf cluster.
Two blooms, three bean pods, one is mature.
photo fo the dainty blooms, such pretty colors!
This year with very heavy rains has produced two colors on the same stem.
We have never seen two colors at the same time before, on the same stem.
trailing wild bean
Trailing Fuzzy Bean
Trailing Fuzzy Bean foliage
I found this plant growing on my fence. Thank you, birds:) It's very pretty.
It has a pink-white flower that is small but unique. It looks rather like an elephant head.