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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Wordless Wednesday: Fields of Flowers (Travelog Europe)

Photos of cultivars from Europe. Cultivars are a variety of a plants and flowers developed from a natural species and maintained under cultivation.
Purple cone flowers. Leek, the Netherlands


Black-eyed Susans (a yellow cone flower). Leek, the Netherlands

Unknown Asteridae-type cultivar. Rennes, France
Hanging basket of cultivars. Rennes, France

Dedicated to the Tobin Family of Homer, Alaska in loving memory of their girl Sapphire.

7 comments:

Tishia said...

Thanks for stopping by my WW post. Lee seems to be a common last name. lol Beautiful flowers!

R2K said...

: )

lisaschaos said...

It's nice to see so many familiar flowers, even so far away! :) BeautifuL!

Marie said...

I love purple coneflowers -- and daisies too! What lovely photos!

lisaschaos said...

The turtle bridges are cool! I couldn't turn the sound up (guys watching tv in same room) but am wondering how frequently they make the bridges - I'm assuming the turtle would eventually get to a bridge either way it would go. I never even thought of them getting stuck in the middle.

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I have never seen before this Purple cone flowers.Well These are many type's of flower's like Black-eyed Susans (a yellow cone flower). Leek, the Netherlands.Unknown Asteridae-type cultivar. Rennes, France,Hanging basket of cultivars. Rennes, France.These all of them looks attractive.

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