Friday flowers…very succulent

Posted: March 25, 2022 in flowers, Misc. Photo Challenges
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These beauties evidently enjoy being ocean-side, as we saw them here along Manhattan Beach and also in Baja California where our daughter got married. Happy Friday!

FOTD 3.25.22

Comments
  1. restlessjo says:

    They get a bad press for being invasive but I love them, Janet. Happy memories for you.

  2. bushboy says:

    I love Pig Face. It is a native plant to Australia – 6 species and around 30 species which the rest are from South Africa. It really helps dune erosion but probably can overtake native plants in the wrong place

  3. Sue says:

    Lovely pop of colour, Janet!

  4. peggy says:

    Gorgeous flowers at this lovely beach.

  5. Beautiful to see the pink with the blue of the sky. Used to enjoy seeing them in SA.

  6. Wind Kisses says:

    I just planted some to take over and area that needs color. I love them too. Love them more against the ocean.

  7. Lovely! They used to and maybe still do in places line the cliffs along Hwy 1.

    I photographed them several times myself. Then I heard there was an effort to remove them all because they’re not native and they were killing off the native wildflowers. I don’t know what happened to that effort as I lost track of the updates after I moved. Interesting isn’t it how something so lovely can be a nuisance too.

  8. scr4pl80 says:

    Such a pretty color to those flowers.

  9. JT Twissel says:

    Wow – what a shot.

  10. The flowers are pretty, but the leaves are very attractive, too! And anything with a beach background is attention-grabbing for me! Nice finds, Janet! 🌞

  11. We get them here in South Africa too as Brian said, Carpobrotus quadrifidus. We call them Elandsvy

  12. Hammad Rais says:

    Wow!
    They do look so elegant alongside the beach 🙂

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