The Rabbit Ears Ruttya fruticosa is new addition to my garden. It is a native of East Africa, where it is called Jammy Mouth. It attracts butterflies. It has a curious shape and is full of nectar. One of its petals has a prominent black marking.
The Chocolate Plant Pseuderanthemum elatum has leaves the colour of milk chocolate. It is flowering in all sorts of nooks in my garden.
The Oxalis triangularis was a present from my friend Kanak. Its deep burgandy leaves contrast with its pale pink flowers.
This Golden Duranta has uncommon pale violet flowers which fall in cascades.
You can see loads of flowers from all parts of the world at Today's Flowers.
Gorgeous collection of flowers!ReplyDelete
These are lovely!ReplyDelete
Exquisite flowers, gorgeous colors and terrific captures as always! Enjoy your day!!ReplyDelete
Amazing flowers you got in all your garden surroundings.visiting from my today's flowers @ love home grow gardenReplyDelete
You have an unusual collection of lovely flowers today. As for the name of the yellow one, I am dumbfounded ;>)ReplyDelete
the rabbit ear is quite interesting and beautiful. love the collection of flowers you shared today.ReplyDelete
nice flowers. :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous flowers and post. Your photos are all beautiful.ReplyDelete
You have a very beautiful garden with all these lovely blooms on display. Thanks for sharing them with Today's Flowers.ReplyDelete
Flores lindas e diferentes!ReplyDelete
Pretty blooms! And I'm glad to see the Oxalis!! Posted today after a long gap. Are you taking a break now?ReplyDelete
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