Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Our World- Munnar Flowers

Munnar in Kerala is a beautiful hill station nestling among tea plantations. The tea gardens were started by the British in the 18th century- now they have been sold to local firms. Munnar has a cool climate and people have pretty gardens. These were some of the flowers in the garden of the hotel where we stayed. I don't know the name of the flower on top.
 Bright nasturtiums are surrounded by bees.
 Bell shaped Abutilon.
 Azelias which do not flower in my garden were flowering profusely...
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9 comments:

  1. Bell shaped Abutilon, my mother always had when I was a child. I had one too, later on but was not able to keep it flowering. :(

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  2. Beautiful captures of the flowers. The abutilon is one I have never seen, but it is lovely. The lavender is sososo pretty.

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  3. This hill station must be very beautiful surrounded by pretty flowers!

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  4. Ah ...to see something new. Hope your visit was fun.

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  5. Nice blog. People who are really concerned about their next trip may take help from the road maps to enjoy and explore in better way. In my last trip to Spain I used the Spain Road Map to reach my destinations very easily.

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  6. Nice blog about flowers. The post pictures are beautiful. Munnar is a must visit place in Kerela. The name Munnar is believed to mean "three rivers",and there are many places to visit in Munnar. It is a calm and soothing vacation spot in Kerala and should be visited to relish the natural beauty.

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