Friday flowers…curvaceous

Posted: June 5, 2020 in flowers
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  1. orna2013 says:

    Just one word: WOW!

  2. What a lovely flower to have hanging around.

  3. Jet Eliot says:

    A lovely presence in the world, Janet.

  4. Beautiful curves and color!

  5. Cee Neuner says:

    These wonderful flowers look like they are quite large and, of course, brautiful 😀

  6. Dan Antion says:

    Well done. These are beautiful.

  7. Forestwood says:

    More flowers than leaves. Such a wonderful climbing plant. Do you know its name?

    • I don’t, but I have a plant identification app and I’ll see if I can figure it out.

      • Forestwood says:

        I tried a few of those apps in the past and also Google lens, I think, but they tend to get confused with Australian plants as they are so different. It probably works better for your flora or for Europeans, perhaps?

      • This one has different packs (free) for different parts of the world. It certainly looks like what I posted, so I’ll so with that for now. 🙂 PlantNet is the name of the one I use.

    • Looks like it’s called a butterfly tree, bauhinia purpurea.

      • Forestwood says:

        Ah, yes, I thought the flower looked familiar. We have an imported shrub here that is called a bauhinia – very similar but in orange instead of pink. I don’t think I have seen a climbing variety here, but you never know. It might be a rarer variety. Thanks for the clarification.

  8. Very beautiful, the world needs beauty right now.

  9. Resa says:

    What a stunning flower! Beautiful shots. It looks like they are on a vine.

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