8 responses to “Inula magnifica”

  1. Gabriel

    I just want you to know I am crazy about your Botany Photo Of The Day. I look forward daily to what you have posted. The content is refreshing, knowledgable, and a time to wonder at natures miracles. Thank You for a constant job well done.

  2. pam in DM,CA

    I did not see all of the first 100, having recently subscribed. Here is to the next 100. thanks, DM.

  3. Jeannie

    I love the black & white along with the color. Enjoying these photos is a highlight of my day. I’ve taken my camera back out and begun photographing again. Thanks

  4. Cynthia

    breathtaking and informative…thank you!

  5. Mustela Furo

    I can see why it’s called “Magnifica”!

  6. Bernie

    I just wanted to tell you that your photos are the FIRST things I look for when I sign on in the mornings before work.
    Your hard work and dedication to this project are certainly appreciated and well loved.
    Thank you again!

  7. judy newton

    I always think the bud looks like a ball of yarn that has had the end stuffed into the middle. The bud stage is my favourite time with Innula.

  8. brigidaa

    hallo, is it possibile to have the english common name of:
    inula hirta
    inula spiraeifolia
    thank you.

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