Friday, July 23, 2010

Macro Flowers

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I come across this flowers at our local nursery and I find it very beautiful. I am thinking of buying this next year.
Pinkish with dots inside so cool!
This one is  pale yellow and I like the dots too.
I love this one too it's triple or double petal and the color is vibrant blue so pretty!
I don't know the name of these flowers hope somebody could tell me. ^_^
Linking to Macro Flowers Saturday and Today's Flowers

25 comments:

Olga said...

Wonderful pictures. I really like the first one; those dots are very very pretty. I'd love to have such plant in my garden too.
Have a great weekend!

Olga said...

The first two flowers are called Fox Gloves. I just fount it out from another blog :-)

Jenn said...

Am not sure if it's the same plant, but try crushing the leaf of the first flower and smell it... it smells like garlic. Kinda like garlic rice. :)

Mine's HERE.

Rosie said...

lovely lovely photos - no 1 and no 2 are foxgloves or digitalis purpurea. There are easy to grow even if you buy some as seeds. I just bought some seeds with the trumpets pointing upwards rather than downwards. They grow wild in my locality here too.

The second is a clematis but I could not tell you which one as there are 100's of varieties.

Hope that helps :) Rosie

Mike B. said...

Nice photos- beware foxglove- it can spread!

maiaT said...

They are beautiful indeed; those colorful spots on the foxgloves are so pretty, especially on macros.
Your double-triple petaled clematis macro is exquisite, you've captured beautifully all details on the delicate petals and the center of the flower.

bfarr said...

the foxgloves are pretty, but I prefer the pretty blue.

Cloudia said...

Oh MY!

You are GOOD.

Thanks for finding my blog so I can see these marvelous shots.

You are most welcome anytime with Aloha to Waikiki

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Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Ang gaganda naman nang mga bulaklak diyan, matitingkad ang kulay nila. Pero ang paborito ko eh yung kulay blue, royal ang dating. Bihira kasi ang bulaklak na kulay blue lalo pa't ganyan kaganda. Thanks for the beautiful post. God bless you all always.

JETTRO said...

ang ganda nman ng flowers dito penge hihihi napadaan lang.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Your lovely plants are the foxglove and a clematis. Hope you plant them next year. You will be glad you did.

Judy said...

I agree about them being foxgloves and clematis. I have only seen the pink foxgloves before, so the white is unusual!! And the colour of that clematis!!! My favourite blue!!

Pat said...

These are all gorgeous flowers, and I, too, especially like the hot pink bells with dots inside. The blue of the last flower is really pretty, too.

kanak7 said...

Your pictures are stunning! All the blooms are beautiful!

SandyCarlson said...

Very, very beautiful. Thanks!

guild-rez said...

Beautiful pictures of beautiful flowers.
Foxglove plants are classified as biennial: leaves form a rosette close to the ground the first year, succeeded by a spike with blooms the second, and final year.
Easly grown from seeds. Lovely plant!!

AL said...

Wow naman Manang! Those are really head turners!

Chuchie | Chie Wilks said...

great collection of flower shots...

Jama said...

They are so pretty!

Luna Miranda said...

they're beautiful! i love the pink with dots...oh, i wish i have a garden!:p

Ladynred said...

These are beautiful flowers. The last one looks like The President Clematis but then it's usually violet blue color and single flowers!

veredit said...

So beautiful flowers!! Wonderful!!

Regina said...

All are pretty!
Happy new week Manang Kim.

Carolyn Ford said...

The Fox Gloves are so pretty. You captured them all in such nice lighting. Beautiful!

fini said...

Those flowers are worth buying, no doubt!! Beautiful colours!

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