What a lovely collection, especially grouped like this. When I go to a different climate I like to see different varieties of common plants but I never have time to immerse myself in the offerings. Spurge, for instance, there are countless different forms and mahonia, less but still very varied.
I can’t tell what the top right pink flower is, but very pretty!
Splendid display, Meg. I can’t identify the top right pink either.
Most of these are unfamiliar, so very interesting. Love the way you have grouped them by colour.
They obliged neatly – 4x4x4. I haven’t even attempted ID.
Don’t bother with ID. The flowers speak for themselves.
They do! 🙂 🙂 And so beautifully…
Bloomin’ lovely, Meg!
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Such a great gallery of dainty delights.
Lovely groupings and my favourite? The bottom right with the petals floating on water… lovely capture Meg.
A week after I photographed the petals we passed the puddle and Maja said “No petals, Nanny Meg.” Wish I had her memory.
She sounds so cute and confident. A girl who knows her own mind.
School concert today. She was a bee and Jaś a cat. What a delight!
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