Sunday, July 24, 2011

Today's Flowers

The American Elder bush has white, lace-like flowerheads. They later produce small dark berries.
The Zimbabwe creeper Podrenea brycei has lovely mauve trumpet flowers. They look like the flowers of the Garlic vine.
The Butterfly Pea has unusual deep blue flowers.
The Rondelatia odorata is called the Fragrant Panama Rose, although it has neither fragrance, nor any resemblance to a rose.
To view what is flowering in different corners of the earth, click on Today's Flowers.

6 comments:

  1. The Podrenea and the Rondelatia are both new plants to me and they're both have beautiful blooms. The trumpet shaped purple flowers of the Podrenea are so lovely.

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  2. I really love the color of the BUtterfly Pea. It is quite a nice blue.

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  3. Hey, those are gorgeous! Would love to grow them myself. Haven't come across them here.

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  4. Exquisite flowers, breathtaking colors and such a lovely way to start my day! Hope you've had a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  5. gorgeous colors--your garden must be a delightful place. the zimbabwe creeper is my favorite.

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  6. Thank you for sharing this wonderful selection of beautiful blooms.

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